Book cover is black with title in colourful block letters. Illustrations of diverse group of people (different skin colours & genders) striking poses. Tagline reads "20 lessons on how to wake up, take action and do the work".
Pages 6-7 titled Anti-Racist provide definitions of anti-racist and anti-racism. Illustraton of young people (1 black man, 1 East Asian woman, 1 medium-skinned man, and 1 white woman) sitting together.
Pages 8-9 show medium-skinned, young woman with curly hair holding a hot cup sitting on a bed looking out the window. Posters on the wall behind them and books and photo on a shelf. Section title reads "Waking Up, understanding & growing into my identities". Text box reads "in this section: who am I? What are my social identities? What is race? What is racism?"
Pages 124-125 have illustrations of stationery tools coming out of a box, and different patterns and colours in the background. Large text box in the middle starts with "Activity: Let's go back to the imaginary box. In your notebook, draw a box. Inside of it write down the identities you hold that are a part of the dominant culture. On the outside of the box, write down your identities that are marginalised..." text continues for 2 paragraphs.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Book cover is black with title in colourful block letters. Illustrations of diverse group of people (different skin colours & genders) striking poses. Tagline reads "20 lessons on how to wake up, take action and do the work".
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Pages 6-7 titled Anti-Racist provide definitions of anti-racist and anti-racism. Illustraton of young people (1 black man, 1 East Asian woman, 1 medium-skinned man, and 1 white woman) sitting together.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Pages 8-9 show medium-skinned, young woman with curly hair holding a hot cup sitting on a bed looking out the window. Posters on the wall behind them and books and photo on a shelf. Section title reads "Waking Up, understanding & growing into my identities". Text box reads "in this section: who am I? What are my social identities? What is race? What is racism?"
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Pages 124-125 have illustrations of stationery tools coming out of a box, and different patterns and colours in the background. Large text box in the middle starts with "Activity: Let's go back to the imaginary box. In your notebook, draw a box. Inside of it write down the identities you hold that are a part of the dominant culture. On the outside of the box, write down your identities that are marginalised..." text continues for 2 paragraphs.

This Book is Anti-Racist

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This Book is Anti-Racist has 20 chapters with activities and lessons to help you learn more about yourself, racism and what it means to be anti-racist.
This book will inspire reflection as young people learn the origins of racism and how to speak up against racist comments, 
This book isn't just for young people - it's also valuable reading for families, teachers and administrators.
Additional Information: 
  • Author: Tiffany Jewell
  • Illustrator: Aurélia Durand
  • 160-page paperback 
  • Publisher: Aurum Press Quarto
  • Publication Date: 07/01/2020
  • 198 x 129 mm