Beyond Multiculturalism: Elevating Anti-Racism within the Teaching of Children’s Literature

by Dr. Tami Lincoln

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“One of my favorite books from elementary school is ‘Abuela’ by Arthur Dorros. It’s a magical book about a girl and her grandma that fly over New York City. It’s full of adventure and interactions with the locals. I think it helped me identify myself when I first arrived in the United…

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