By Cozbi A. Cabrera (Albert Whitman & Company)
Mack gets teased again about her unruly hair and turns to her neighbor Miss Tillie, who helps her learn to care for her hair—and appreciate herself.
By Alicia D. Williams (Atheneum/Caitlyn Dlouhy Books)
With the help of her chorus teacher, Genesis learns to love herself and finds her voice to overcome internalized racism and a verbally abusive family.
By Renée Watson and Ellen Hagan (Bloomsbury)
Best friends Chelsea and Jasmine find and use their voices to confront stereotypes, biases, and societal wrongs in their community.
Celebrate Mandela Day and read Nelson Mandela by Kadir Nelson
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