This Book Is Anti-Racist: 20 Lessons on How to Wake Up, Take Action, and Do the Work

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About the Author

Tiffany Jewell, author of the #1 New York Times bestseller This Book Is Anti-Racist, is a Black biracial writer and Anti-Racist Montessori educator and consultant. She spends her time baking bread and macarons, building LEGOS, watching British detective shows, and dreaming up how she can dismantle white supremacy. Tiffany currently lives in Western Massachusetts (on the occupied land of the Wabanaki and the Nipmuck) with her two young activists, her partner, and a turtle she's had since she was nine. Find her on instagram: @tiffanymjewell.

Aurélia Durand is a French graphic artist. Her work, which includes the illustrations for the #1 New York Times bestseller This Book Is Anti-Racist, is a vivid celebration of diversity; she dedicates her artistic voice to matters involving representation. Aurélia represents Afro-descendants as joyful, proud, and empowered -- a united community whose destinies are intertwined. These colorful personalities present the unified voice of a global community whose hopes, dreams, and desires envision an inclusive future for all. Her work has been featured in advertising campaigns, galleries, and editorial magazines; her clients include Nike, The New Yorker, Facebook, and more. Find her on Instagram: @4ur3lia.

"...empower[s] teens and young adults to undo racial oppression."--ESSENCE
"A book that brings together kids, families, teachers, and administrators in conversation. Tough, vulnerable, important conversation." --Matthew Winner, The Children's Book Podcast
"...equip[s] young people with the tools they need to be actively antiracist."--TIME Magazine
"...a clear guidebook for how to stop racism in our own hearts and minds."
"[s] young people learn in a gentle, thoughtful way."--USA Today
"...deftly explain[s] progressive understandings of identity, history, action, and solidarity as tools to encourage antiracist reflection, thought, and action."--Publishers Weekly, Starred Review
"A visually exciting and well-crafted antiracist guide for all children. A work that fills a much-needed gap between the feel-good but vague messages of empathy and acceptance in some picture books, and the advanced terminology and theory in young adult nonfiction on racial justice."--School Library Journal, Starred Review
"Essential."--Kirkus Reviews, Starred Review
"gives tweens and teens the background information and language to understand how racism was created, how it continues to work, and why it's important to fight against it."--Angela Leeper, Booklist
"I know firsthand the profound impact her teachings have. Now young people everywhere can benefit from Tiffany's wisdom...this book is a gift to our future."--Jarrett J. Krosoczka, National Book Award Finalist and author of Hey, Kiddo
" essential introspective journey about understanding--and disrupting--one's place in a racist society."--Jacqueline Woodson, Oprah Daily
"...bold in its honesty, and brilliant in its illustrative breakdown of an essential vocabulary on race and identity. This racial and intersectional literacy tool models what creative anti-racist work can look like."--Winona Guo and Priya Vulchi, co-founders of CHOOSE and authors of Tell Me Who You Are: Sharing Our Stories of Race, Culture, and
'This is one for you, your neighbour, the children in your lives and especially that "only slightly" racist colleague.'--The Guardian
'Not only addresses the origins of racism, but delivers tips on how to create change.'--Evening Standard
'A useful tool for discussing racism with children ages 5 to 15.'--The Telegraph