RACE. Uh-oh. The R-word. You may have been told not to talk about this. Or you feel like you can't. But actually, talking about race is one of the most important things to learn how to do.
This accessible adaptation of Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You for younger audiences reveals the history of racist ideas in America, and inspires hope for an antiracist future. Through a fast-paced, energizing, and age-appropriate narrative, this new edition shines a light on the many forms of racist ideas in our nation--and helps young readers find ways to identify and stamp out racist thoughts in their daily lives. It is the rare kind of book that illuminates past and present, and can change the way kids understand and interact with the world around them.
Told in clear, accessible language, this chapter book edition brings the stunning and necessary history of racism in America to an audience that's moved beyond picture books like Antiracist Baby and Something Happened in Our Town, but aren't ready for the YA Stamped. The perfect fit for schools, libraries, and classrooms, this edition features black and white art throughout, as well as extensive backmatter including an author's note, glossary, timeline, and source notes.