Professor Brain Wright's book 'The Brilliance of Black Boys', asserts cultural responsiveness helps teachers and librarians to engage and incorporate identity development practices to better instill agency and voice in young Black boys.
Taking theory to practice, country singer Jimmie Allen, authors a picture book entitled 'My Voice is a Trumpet', to help kids recognize their voices can change the world.
What culturally responsive practices do you use in your schools and libraries to foster voice and agency?
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