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Barcode31662001669027
LocationWinamac
TitleUncomfortable conversations with a Black boy / Emmanuel Acho. First edition. Ed
AuthorAcho, Emmanuel, author.
Call NoJ 305.8 ACH
CollectionJuvenile 300-399
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WinamacAvailableJ 305.8 ACH 

Catalog Details

International Standard Book Number 9781250801067 : $17.85
Dewey Decimal Classification Number 305.8/00973 23
Personal Name Acho, Emmanuel, author.
Title Statement Uncomfortable conversations with a Black boy / Emmanuel Acho.
Edition Statement First edition.
Production, Publication, Distribution, Manufacture, and Copyright Notice New York : Roaring Brook Press, 2021.
Physical Description 312 pages ; 22 cm
Content Type text txt rdacontent
Media Type unmediated n rdamedia
Carrier Type volume nc rdacarrier
General Note "A young reader's adaptation of Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man"--Cover.
Bibliography, Etc. Note Includes bibliographical references.
Formatted Contents Note Part I, Me and you -- The birth of whiteness -- Roll call: Black or African American? -- What do you see when you see me?: implicit bias -- The head start: white privilege -- Cite your sources or drop the class: cultural appropriation -- The mythical me: angry Black men -- Nooooope!: the N-word -- Part II, Us and them -- The game is rigged: systemic racism -- Standing up to your bullies: reverse racism -- The fix: who's governing the government -- Thug life: justice for some -- Part III, We -- Good trouble: fighting for change -- Show up: how to be an ally -- Breaking the huddle: how to end racism.
Citation/References Note Junior Library Guild
Summary, Etc. "Young people have the power to affect sweeping change, and the key to mending the racial divide in America lies in giving them the tools to ask honest questions and take in the difficult answers. Approaching every awkward, taboo, and uncomfortable question with openness and patience, Emmanuel Acho connects his own experience with race and racism--from attending majority-white prep schools to his time in the NFL playing on majority-black football teams--to insightful lessons in black history and black culture. Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Boy is just one way young readers can begin to short circuit racism within their own lives and communities"--From the publisher's web site.
Target Audience Note Ages 10-13.
Target Audience Note Grades 5-8.
Awards Note A Junior Library Guild selection
Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Racism United States. sears
Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Racism. sears
Subject Added Entry - Geographical Term United States Race relations. sears
Location J 305.8 ACH 31662001669027

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