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Racism, Antiracism, and You

A reimagining of Ibram X. Kendi’s Stamped from the Beginning, this book tells the story of racist ideas through history in a conversational style that can be understood by both teens and adults. Stamped is a history book that is “NOT a history book,” that gets to the discussion of race and why we are where we are.

Author: Jason Reynolds, Ibram X. Kendi
Year of Publishing: 2020
Number of Pages: 320

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  1. sweety95838 (verified owner)

    historical highlights are rich and insightful!

  2. Shug (verified owner)

    Very Compelling book, great read.

  3. Shayne Ochoa (verified owner)

    This book was eye opening. Well thought out and well written. Easy to follow and gave insight into the diversities and racism in our present day.

  4. LittleAchievers (verified owner)

    I am happy this subject is talked about. This book offers insight to a sensitive subject helping to build understanding.

  5. Life-Long-Learner (verified owner)

    All educators should read this book! Very well-written and eye-opening on current-day issues and historical events.

  6. SiletzKosydar (verified owner)

    I’m grateful to have been given access to this book!

  7. Taylor Thorn (verified owner)

    A great read! I think it should be added to everyone’s must read list. It touches on very important ideas in an approachable, understandable way.

  8. arnoldlk (verified owner)

    This book is so readable – and not just for young adults. It connects history with the threads of racism that show up in the present day.

  9. Vanessa (verified owner)

    This book presents a concise and engaging narratice that sheds light on the origins and evoluts of racism. It effectively connects historical events to current issues, making it a relevant and accessible resource for readers of all ages. With its accessible language and engaging storytelling “Stamped” is a powerful tool for anyone seeking a deeper understanding of the complex issues surrounding racism in America.

  10. MariaD (verified owner)

    I am glad I read this book! It should be part of the school curriculum for high schoolers.

  11. BStiller (verified owner)

    This “not a history book” about the history of racism in America was worth the read. It was insightful and thought provoking. I do wish it had a chapter or two added with the Remix that covered America after 2008. None the less I am glad to have learned through what was presented.

  12. Karen Wirth (verified owner)

    Jason Reynolds is wonderful!

  13. MCampos (verified owner)

    Excellent book which allows you to have critical thinking conversations regarding racial injustice.

  14. Jordan Bruyn (verified owner)

    A powerful book, I would recommend for anyone hoping to deepen their level of historical and present day impacts of racism.

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