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Dealing With Racism

by Jen GreenCopper Beech Books; $22



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Green’s book is a great introduction to the idea of racism, and offers readers a diverse group of real kids with whom they can identify. Through text, illustrations, and photographs, Green presents several different contexts in which racism may arise today—through bullying, through misunderstanding of other cultures, through superficially positive beliefs about people’s abilities—as well as historical examples of racism and prejudice. The section on feelings about racism will provide a great starting point to conversation with your youngsters.

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