Jerry Craft’s graphic novels, New Kid and Class Act, are fantastic for classroom discussion—but, more importantly, they are utterly enjoyable reads.
In this episode, I talk with the incredible Dr. Ibram X. Kendi about his nonfiction book for caregivers, How to Raise an Antiracist.
We Are Gems is a beautiful, powerful book that celebrates the voices and rights of not just Asian Americans, but all marginalized races in our society.
In this episode, I talk with Jeanne Walker Harvey, the author of the stunning picture book biography Ablaze with Color: A Story of Painter Alma Thomas.
Ablaze with Color: A Story of Painter Alma Thomas is a beautiful and thought-provoking biography for young readers and artists to enjoy. Highly Recommended!
Writing Boycotts, Strikes, and Marches during such a turbulent time brought home to me the Civil Rights Era’s realities like nothing else.
Our Friendship Matters is punctuated by a message of hope that there is a future and a way forward through the problem of racial injustice.
Supriya Kelkar’s books include Ahimsa, The Many Colors of Harpreet Singh, and American as Paneer Pie, among others.
Read these stories written by black voices. Read them with your children and teens and start a conversation so that we may have hope for an undivided future in which all communities feel safe.
I recommend reading the following Holocaust stories with your children. As I said above: We must not forget. We must remember. And we must not repeat!