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Let's Talk About Race

Let's Talk About Race

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This is a great question at the end because it lets the children reflect on what they just read and learn that people should not judge others based on their skin color or anything of that sort. We understand that this is a first step in moving towards a more inclusive and welcoming space for all of our members and intend this initiative to open up a conversation that will be difficult and challenging but can enact real change throughout our College community, the University of Cambridge and society at large. They already know that popular storytimes can be an effective way to increase community representation and belonging at the library.

Also taken into consideration is how wealth doesn't define us, nor does privilege, religion, preference, sexuality or language.Former University of Massachusetts professor Julius Lester presents a beautifully illustrated book about our lives and the stories we tell. The drawings are colorful and interesting but at the same time weird and unsettling, especially at the end of the book where he discusses taking off our skin. The authors urge readers to take the conversation seriously, to educate themselves about Black history and its impact on Black lives today, and to challenge non-Blacks to own their responsibility in dismantling the systemic force of racism in America.

Karen Barbour uses vibrant colors and images to emphasize that our lives are all stories, but the difference lies in the details. Author/narrator Julius Lester addresses his readers and explores the concept of racism and how people view and treat each other. I have been wanting to read this book with my students forever and I am so glad I finally was able to do that.Beyond posting supportive Instagram messages, the path forwards is via learning more about history, acknowledging your privilege and platform, putting your name to the right petitions and donating to the great organisations. Julius Lester is the author of the Newbery Honor Book To Be a Slave , the Caldecott Honor Book John Henry , the National Book Award finalist The Long Journey Home: Stories from Black History , and the Coretta Scott King Award winner Day of Tears . BITC’s Race At Work 2021: The Scorecard Report, examines the progress being made against the recommendations of Race in the workplace: The McGregor-Smith Review. Therefore, whether you are an educator, a student, leader or an individual working within the higher education sector or elsewhere – investing in your own self-education, learning how to converse and exchange thoughts on anti-racism, inclusion and equity is critical. This book exemplifies that race is a part of who people are, but it does not define the person they want to be.



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