The Changing Face of Advertising: What It Might Mean and How It Might Matter
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Seeing Red
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by Kathryn Erskine Scholastic Press, 2013. 344 pgsGrades 5-8 It’s 1972, and Red Porter is on the cusp of turning…
What Elephants Know
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by Eric Dinerstein Disney Hyperion, 2016 273 pgs Grades 4-8 “My mother is an elephant and my father is an…
Refuse to Stay Silent: Resources for Teaching About LGBTQ and Gender Identity Issues
by Marsha Rakestraw The news is full of the aftermath of Orlando. People are holding memorials around the world. We’re…
“All American Boys” Tackles Police Brutality, Racial Justice, and Being an Upstander
by Marsha Rakestraw Rashad’s stop at a local convenience store for a bag of chips turns into a nightmare when…
All American Boys
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by Jason Reynolds and Brendan Kiely Atheneum, 2015. 316 pgs Grades 8 and up Rashad’s stop at a local convenience…
Red: A Crayon’s Story
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by Michael Hall Greenwillow Books, 2015. Grades PreK-1 It was clear to everyone that something was not right with Red.…
Emmanuel’s Dream: The True Story of Emmanuel Ofosu Yeboah
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by Laurie Ann Thompson Schwartz and Wade Books, 2015. Grades K-3 Emmanuel was born happy and healthy … except he…
Resources for Teaching and Learning About Islamophobia
by Marsha Rakestraw The latest statistics from the FBI note that reported hate crimes have decreased from the previous year.…
Teach Tolerance with the Activity “Judge Not”
by Marsha Rakestraw In the wake of more mass murders in Paris, Beirut, and beyond, there are calls for retaliation,…
5 Minute Changemaker: Leave a Compassionate Comment
by Marsha Rakestraw There’s a common saying in the cyberverse: Never read the comments. But a new study by researchers…
Through My Eyes
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Infused with relevant photos and quotes, Ruby Bridges tells her own story about when “the civil rights movement came knocking…