Stamped (For Kids): Racism, Antiracism, and You

Reynolds,J., Kendi, I.X., Cherry-Paul, S.
An adaption of “Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You,” this book preserves the essence of the original content with more accessible language and a design that engages a younger audience. Sparking a call to action, this resource aims to inspire the next generation to address discrimination and actively fight against racism. While analyzing the lasting impacts of historic racism in the United States on modern society, the text allows readers to engage in discussions about racism and similar issues in a Canadian context. Teachers may use the text to introduce and supplement lessons related to racism, bias, prejudice, heritage, culture, diversity, and equality. In an intermediate classroom, teachers may launch novel studies or literature circles related to these themes and encourage students to reflect on and question preconceived understandings of history. Teachers may also incite students to compare current and historical events from different perspectives and identify unbiased and biased facts.
English Language Arts
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