Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Boy: Racism, Injustice, and How You Can Be a Changemaker
Perfect for fans of Stamped: A Remix, this engaging nonfiction book for young readers answers the uncomfortable and often "taboo" questions about racial bias and white supremacy while giving readers the tools to dismantle them.
Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Boy is an accessible book for children to learn about systemic racism and racist behavior. For the awkward questions white and other non-black parents don’t know how to answer, this book will help support communication on dismantling racism amongst our youngest generation.
Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Boy creates a safe, judgment-free space for curious children to voice questions they’ve long been afraid to ask. How can I have white privilege if I’m not wealthy? If Black people can say the n-word, why can’t I? And many, many more.
This book is one way young readers can begin to short circuit racism within their own lives and communities.
|Lexile ® Measure||1090L|
|Product Type||Paperback Books|
|Book Type||Middle Grade Nonfiction|
|Primary Contributor||Emmanuel Acho|
|Age Groups||Ages 10 to 12, Ages 13 to 15|