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Red or blue, I like you —Albee, Sarah, author.

Elmo, a red monster, and Angela, a blue monster, become friends and discover that some of their assumptions about each others' families, neighborhoods, likes, and dislikes are incorrect.

The sleeping giant awakens : genocide, Indian residential schools, and the challenge of conciliation —MacDonald, David Bruce, author.

"Confronting the truths of Canada's Indian Residential School system has been likened to waking a sleeping giant. In this book, David B. MacDonald uses genocide as an analytical tool to better understand Canada's past an...

Pathways of reconciliation : Indigenous and settler approaches to implementing the TRC's calls to action

"Since the Truth and Reconciliation Commission released its Calls to Action in June 2015, governments, churches, non-profit, professional and community organizations, corporations, schools and universities, clubs and ind...

Such a fun age : a novel —Reid, Kiley, author.

Alix Chamberlain is a woman who gets what she wants and has made a living, with her confidence-driven brand, showing other women how to do the same. So she is shocked when her babysitter, Emira Tucker, is confronted whil...

To kill a mockingbird —Lee, Harper, author.

The explosion of racial hate and violence in a small Alabama town is viewed by a little girl whose father defends a black man accused of rape.

The absolutely true diary of a part-time Indian —Alexie, Sherman, 1966-

Budding cartoonist Junior leaves his troubled school on the Spokane Indian Reservation to attend an all-white farm town school where the only other Indian is the school mascot.

Homegoing —Gyasi, Yaa, author.

An engaging family saga following two half-sisters -- one who marries into privilege and one sold into slavery -- and their descendants as they navigate the politics of their separate countries and their heritage. Each i...

Blended —Draper, Sharon M. (Sharon Mills), author.

Piano-prodigy Isabella, eleven, whose black father and white mother struggle to share custody, never feels whole, especially as racial tensions affect her school, her parents both become engaged, and she and her stepbrot...

Uncomfortable conversations with a black boy —Acho, Emmanuel, author.

"A young reader's edition of Emmanuel Acho's Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man, aimed at opening a dialogue and mending the racial divide in America amongst our youngest generation."--Publisher's description.

The butler

Inspired by a true story about Cecil Gaines, a devoted husband, father, and White House butler who served eight Presidential administrations during the turbulent politics and civil rights battles of twentieth century Ame...

Reconciliation in practice : a cross-cultural perspective

"In 2015, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission released a report designed to facilitate reconciliation between the Canadian state and Indigenous Peoples. Its call to honour treaty relationships reminds us that we are ...

The hate u give

Starr witnesses the fatal shooting of her childhood best friend Khalil at the hands of a police officer. Now, facing pressures from all sides of the community, Starr tries to find her voice in order to stand up for what'...

So you want to talk about race —Oluo, Ijeoma, author.

"A current, constructive, and actionable exploration of today's racial landscape, offering straightforward clarity that readers of all races need to contribute to the dismantling of the racial divide. In So You Want to T...

The kindest lie : a novel —Johnson, Nancy (Novelist), author.

Needing to reconnect with the baby she gave up for adoption years earlier, an Ivy League-educated Black engineer uncovers devastating family secrets before her bond with a young white misfit scandalizes her racially torn...

The man who lived underground : a novel —Wright, Richard, 1908-1960, author.

"An explosive, previously unpublished novel by Richard Wright, written in the 1940s, at the height of his creative powers"-- Provided by publisher.

Cry, the beloved country —Paton, Alan.

Story of the Zulu pastor Stephen Kumalo and his son Absalom, set in the troubled and changing South Africa of the 1940s.

Why I'm no longer talking to white people about race —Eddo-Lodge, Reni, author.

"In 2014, award-winning journalist Reni Eddo-Lodge wrote about her frustration with the way that discussions of race and racism in Britain were being led by those who weren't affected by it. She posted a piece on her blo...

Nice racism : how progressive white people perpetuate racial harm —author. DiAngelo, Robin, 1956

"Nice Racism asserts that it is white progressives who are responsible for inflicting the most daily harm on people of color"-- Provided by publisher.

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