The book in this are upper elementary/middle school titles to engage with information to fight for equity and justice.
How to Fight for Justice by Jemar Tisby is an adapted book for young adults, this book is based on Christian principles. The topics include awareness, allyship, commitment to fighting social justice, building community, and more.
How to fight Racism has a glossary, an appendix including additional books and articles about fighting racism, and a parent's guide.
The Young Activist's Dictionary of Social Justice by Ryse Tottingham is an engaging resource to define equity, diversity, and inclusion topics. Using current and historical terminology, this book provides a breadth of topics for Race, LGBTQIA+, and Religious and Climate concepts. Also included ways to take action and additional resources.
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