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Core Library Guide To Racism In Modern America
SPECIFICATIONS

Copyright: 2021
Reading Level: Grade 4-5
Interest Level: Grades 4-8
Dewey: 320-900
Trim Size: 7 x 9
Page Count: 48

Core Library Guide to Racism in Modern America

Racism is a problem deeply rooted in American society. Slavery and segregation may no longer be legal, but their legacies still influence the way Black people and other people of color are treated today. Racism exists in the justice system, politics, and the media. Core Library Guide to Racism in Modern America introduces readers to some of the history of racism in the country, how it affects people today, and how some are working toward equal treatment for all people.

TITLES
Book title LXL ATOS GRL ISBN Price
Core Library Guide to Racism in Modern America (Set of 6)
800L-860L TBD TBD 978‑1‑64494‑506‑3 $59.70
The History of Racism in America
810L TBD TBD 978‑1‑64494‑507‑0 $9.95
Justice for George Floyd
820L TBD TBD 978‑1‑64494‑508‑7 $9.95
Politics and Civil Unrest in Modern America
830L TBD TBD 978‑1‑64494‑509‑4 $9.95
Protesting Police Violence in Modern America
820L TBD TBD 978‑1‑64494‑510‑0 $9.95
Race and Policing in Modern America
800L TBD TBD 978‑1‑64494‑511‑7 $9.95
Race and the Media in Modern America
860L TBD TBD 978‑1‑64494‑512‑4 $9.95

Reviews

Protesting Police Violence in Modern America: “This is a hot-button topic that inspires a lot of strong feelings, and this volume is admirable in its neutral tone, its adherence to facts, and its avoidance of bothsidesism.” — Booklist, starred review

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