Black and Brown Children Are Boundless in Picture Book ‘The Me I Choose To Be’

(Article by Danielle Broadway in blackgirlnerds.com. Photo credit: D. Finney Photography)

“Black and Brown people for generations, which often means mutli-generational trauma. After years of lynch mobs, closed doors, job rejections, literacy tests, and overall systemic racism, it’s challenging to even picture a future with boundless opportunities. The Me I Choose to Be boldly asks readers to cross that threshold while knowing that it’s not often an easy feat.

Source: https://blackgirlnerds.com/black-and-brown-children-are-boundless-in-picture-book-the-me-i-choose-to-be/

Books are the window to the world for many children. For African-American children, books can be a source of strength and power as well.

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