Justice Makes a Difference: The Story of Miss Freedom Fighter Esquire

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Planting People Growing Justice Press
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8.5 X 11.0 X 0.09 inches | 0.3 pounds
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About the Author
Dr. Artika Tyner is a passionate educator, award-winning author, civil rights attorney, sought-after speaker, and advocate for justice. She lives in Saint Paul, Minnesota, and is the founder of the Planting People Growing Justice Leadership Institute.
Jeremy Norton is a British illustrator who lives and works in Barcelona, Spain. The Last Firehawk is the first early chapter book series he has illustrated. He works digitally, and aims to convey a childlike sense of wonder through his artwork.

It is said that you cannot be what you cannot see. The warm and inspirational story of Justice, Miss Freedom Fighter, Esquire, guides children along the path of seeing the possible. Seeing the possible both creates hope and positions us to fulfill our dreams. And in turn bends the moral arc towards justice

Justice Alan C. Page

Minnesota Supreme Court (Retired)

Founder, Page Education Foundation

A child's guide to the beginning steps of becoming a superhero. Written in part by the history of real-life heroes who fought for equality for all.

Krystal Kara

Be Super Initiative

Building a pipeline to the legal profession is critically important for our young and talented girls of color. "Justice Makes a Difference" developed and written by Dr. Tyner lets our girls know, anything is possible.

Paulette Brown

Past President, American Bar Association

Partner, Locke Lord LLP

Welcome a new superhero for the 21st century! Inspired by her grandmother's wise words, our invincible heroine, Justice, finds strength and courage by discovering historic figures whose lives exemplified grit, stamina and resiliency. This bold, contemporary text pledges to educate and motivate a new generation of readers to embrace universal themes of social justice, equity, environmental stewardship, community service, and diversity.

Dr. Aura Wharton-Beck

Principal, Kenwood Community School