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[BHE 471] Diverse Books and Professional Development Texts

Physical books, finally!

Myra here.

It has been awhile since I posted physical books recently acquired. Thanks to my current research grant and the upcoming conference presentations I am preparing for, I have the perfect reason to purchase these delicious diverse titles and professional development texts.

Diverse Picturebooks

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(1) When We Say Black Lives Matter by Maxine Beneba Clarke (Amazon | Book Depository)

(2) Unspeakable: The Tulsa Race Massacre by Carole Boston Weatherford and Floyd Cooper (Amazon | Book Depository)

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(3) A Thousand Glass Flowers by Evan Turk (Amazon | Book Depository)

(4) A Voice Named Aretha by Katheryn Russell-Brown and Laura Freeman (Amazon | Book Depository)

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(5) Drawn Across Borders: True Stories Of Human Migration by George Butler (Amazon | Book Depository)

(6) Mexique: A Refugee Story From The Spanish Civil War by Maria Jose Ferrada and Ana Penyas (Amazon | Book Depository)

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(7) An Equal Shot: How The Law Title IX Changed America by Helaine Becker and Dow Phumiruk (Amazon | Book Depository)

(8) Bread For Words: A Frederick Douglass Story by Shana Keller and Kayla Stark (Amazon | Book Depository)

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(9) Mamie On The Mound by Leah Henderson and George Doutsiopoulos (Amazon | Book Depository)

(10) Dinosaur Lady: The Daring Discoveries Of Mary Anning, The First Paleontologist by Linda Skeers and Marta Alvarez Miguens (Amazon | Book Depository)

Professional Development texts

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(11) Rethinking Multicultural Education: Teaching For Racial And Cultural Justice edited by Wayne Au (Amazon | Book Depository)

(12) Cultivating Genus by Gholdy Muhammad (Amazon | Book Depository)

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(13) Pedagogy Of Hope by Paulo Freire (Amazon | Book Depository)


How about you? What were the books that found their way into your bookshelves recently?

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