Black Friend, The: On Being a Better White Person
A timely resource for senior secondary-level students, this text explores the roots of racism through interviews, interpretations, and opinions presented by the author, Frederick Joseph. Throughout the book, Joseph challenges readers to question their prejudices and reflect on the topics broached. Suitable as a literature-circle option, particularly for students interested in nonfiction, this text may complement and support thematic novel studies. Students may be encouraged to consider ideas of citizenship, historical responsibility, culture, law, and philosophy while exploring the information presented in this resource.
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English Language Arts