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Excellence in STEM [Racial Justice In America: Excellence And Achievement]by Nichols, Hedreich 

BTSB Prebound(Cherry Lake, 2022)

BTSB #: 675895 Available

Dewey: 507.1/NAges: 10-12   
AR: 6.3 MG Lexile: 1040

Subjects: Discoveries in science African Americans Race discrimination

Summary: Students will learn about some of the inventions and discoveries Black men and women have made in the world of STEM. From Dr. Marie Maynard Daly to Dr. Tai-Danae Bradley, some of the many ways Black people have contributed to our country's science and technology are explored.

24.66 *

Going places : Victor Hugo Green and his glorious book by Bolden, Tonya 

BTSB Prebound(Quill Tree Books, 2022)

BTSB #: 130461 Available

Dewey: 305/BAges: 4-8   
AR: 6.1 LG Lexile: 1150 NC

Subjects: Green, Victor Hugo African Americans - Biography Race discrimination Automobile travel Authorship

Summary: A nonfiction picture book about the Green Book, a travel guide written and published by a Black postal worker from Harlem who wanted African Americans to stay safe while traveling around the United States during segregation.

23.98 *

How do you spell unfair? : MacNolia Cox and the National Spelling Bee by Weatherford, Carole Boston 

BTSB Prebound(Candlewick Press, 2023)

BTSB #: 924812 Available

Dewey: 400/BAges: 7-10   
AR: 5.1 MG Lexile: 840 F&P: U

Subjects: Cox, MacNolia National Spelling Bee African American women - Biography Race discrimination

Summary: In 1936, eighth grader MacNolia Cox became the first African American to win the Akron, Ohio, spelling bee. And with that win, she was asked to compete at the National Spelling Bee in Washington, DC, where she and a girl from New Jersey were the first African Americans invited since its founding. But celebration turned to chill when the train crossed the state line into Maryland, where segregation was the law of the land. Prejudice and discrimination ruled--sadly, at the spelling bee itself.

Me and white supremacy : young readers' edition by Saad, Layla F. 

Paperback(Sourcebooks Explore, 2022)

BTSB #: 773914 Available

Dewey: 305.8/NAges: 10-16   

Subjects: White people Racism Race discrimination Equality

Summary: Teaches readers how to explore and understand racism and white supremacy and how young readers can do their part to help change the world.

7.37 *

Sum of us : how racism hurts everyone : adapted for young readers by McGhee, Heather 

Paperback(Yearling, 2024)

BTSB #: 625155 Available

Dewey: 305.8/NAges: 10-14   

Subjects: Racism - United States Race discrimination United States - Race relations - Economic aspects

Summary: This book, edited for young readers, is a call to action. McGhee examines how damaging racism is not only to people of color but also to white people. She offers hope and real solutions so that we can all prosper.

8.19 *

United States v. Jackie Robinson by Bardhan-Quallen, Sudipta 

Paperback New title.(HarperCollins, 2018)

BTSB #: 089885 Temp OS

Dewey: 796.357/BAges: 4-8   
AR: 4.9 LG RC: 5.4 3-5 Lexile: 820

Subjects: Robinson, Jackie,|d1919-1972 Race discrimination Soldiers - Biography Baseball players - Biography African Americans - Biography

Summary: The inspiring true story of baseball star Jackie Robinson's court-martial after he refused to move to the back of a supposedly integrated Army bus in 1944.

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