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These books will show students a variety of different experiences and viewpoints of authors of color. These are important not just for our students of color, who need to see themselves reflected in the works they read, but also for our white students, who need to be exposed to ideas and stories outside of their own experiences. Through small-group discussions and Socratic seminars, we'll be discussing these books and what they show us about how power operates in this world through intersections of class, race, and gender. Students will engage in reflective and analytical writing that allows them to make personal connections with the reading and think deeply about its themes.

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These books will show students a variety of different experiences and viewpoints of authors of color. These are important not just for our students of color, who need to see themselves reflected in the works they read, but also for our white students, who need to be exposed to ideas and stories outside of their own experiences. Through small-group discussions and Socratic seminars, we'll be discussing these books and what they show us about how power operates in this world through intersections of class, race, and gender. Students will engage in reflective and analytical writing that allows them to make personal connections with the reading and think deeply about its themes.

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