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Tell Me Who You Are

Tell Me Who You Are

by Winona Guo, Priya Vulchi
400 Pages · 2019 · 79 MB · 1 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
Separate is Never Equal
by Tonatiuh Duncan
40 Pages · 2014 · 5 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Separate is Never Equal is the United States, racist, cultural and history book which describe the racism in the schools of America. Tonatiuh Duncan is the author of this stunning book. The outstanding book by the author which must be placed in every library and school of the country. She describes all the challenges of young students in this book which immigrants face in their earlier school life. The author describes the true story of Mendez’s family who successfully fights for their rights and won the case of desegregated schools. Racism in America is own its peak which is started from the school. At the end of WWII, there are thousands of families who migrated from all over the world to get shelter in the American States. The white kids hate to study with immigrants and they tease the other children who came from outside. They are very rude to their class fellows and white kids are superior from other children in the school. These American kids do not like black and brown kids to have in their classes. There are students from different backgrounds like Chinese, Latinos, Jews, and Japanese. The government is thinking to make special schools for the kids from other nation and they introduce the concept of segregation. A brave family stands against this decision for the future of their kids and thousands of other kids who are in the country.
Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race
by Reni Eddo-Lodge
272 Pages · 2017 · 1 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race is the feminism, race, racism and white privilege book that discusses the issues of black people. Reni Eddo-Lodge is the author of this fascinating book. She is an award-winning British author who born in the United Kingdom. She started her career as a journalist and got success in the early stage of her career. Reni never backs down from any challenge and she often talks about the most sensitive topics of the world. Racism is also one of them and she briefly explained each and everything regarding it. There is no black family in the United Kingdom, the United States, and Europe who does not suffer from racism. The white community don’t even think about their rights and treated them as slaves.
We Were Eight Years in Power
by Ta-Nehisi Coates
400 Pages · 2018 · 3 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
We Were Eight Years in Power is the American history, politics and racism book which describe in detail about the eight years of Barak Obama. Ta-Nehisi Coates is the author of this fascinating book. America is a hub of white supremacy from centuries. The African-Americans struggle is decades old and they lose tens of thousands of people in their movements. They are never considered the citizen of America and white people always treated them as their slaves. Black people do not have the right to enjoy and live their life. They are born and dead slaves. Gradually, they start speaking for their-self but they did not get the success in early years. Thousands of black people are killed in protest but these difficulties give their freedom to move more strength. Gradually and slowly, they are winning their rights but it takes two centuries for black to represent the country as a president. Barak Obama is the first black parliamentarian who is selected as the president of the Republican Party. The stakes were high and opposition was believing that racism will win this election for them but they did not. Barak Obama becomes the president for eight-years but still, white supremacy is not buried. Why racism kills the progress of the country and how it can be decreased?
My Name Is Why
by Lemn Sissay
304 Pages · 2020 · 15  MB · 0 Downloads · New!
My Name Is Why is the memoir and biography book that shares the story of a person who raised in a foster home. Lemn Sissay is the author of this fascinating book. He is an award-winning author and famous broadcaster. Lemn also wrote the five poetry books which are amazing to read. His life goal is to travel the whole world and take care of the kids who don’t have any home. In 2019, Lemn won the PEN Pinter Prize over his rigorous services. Lemn is appointed as the Chancellor of the University. Lemn shares his personal journey from his early childhood to his success in the life. He was born in Higher End, Lancashire in the African family. Lemn barely remembers the face of his parents and just at the age of six, they send him to the foster homes. The next eleven years of his life are terrible and he did not know what is going on. He spends months and years in the foster homes. At the age seventeen, Lemn got his birth certificate and he was shocked to know his real name. Norman Greenwood was his name in the foster homes but his real name was Lemn Sissay. This book tells us about the cruelty, neglect and misfortune and how to deal with them through determination, triumph and hope.
Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria?
by Beverly Daniel Tatum
464 Pages · 2017 · 5 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria? Is the U.S government and racism book that highlights the issues of black kids in America. Beverly Daniel Tatum is the author of this outstanding book. He is the bestselling author in the New York Times. Millions of copies of this book are sold worldwide. We are living in the modern world but still, people face many problems with it. Racism is one of the biggest challenges that America is facing now and it makes life tough. There are many issues that black people are facing and they wanted to resolve but no one is listening to them. Racism starts to hit black people from the beginning of life. Black kids in the school did not get the attention that white kids get. They sit separately at the end of the class. White kids did not make friends from black children and they did not get the required attention from the school. It is the updated and revised edition of the book that helps the reader to understand the problem of racism.
How to Be Less Stupid About Race
by Crystal Marie Fleming
238 Pages · 2018 · 4 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
How to Be Less Stupid About Race is the social sciences, African American, captivity, and racism book that discusses racism. Crystal Marie Fleming is the author of this fascinating book. There are a number of issues that black people facing in their lives. All the issues are linked with racism and there are plenty of other issues that are caused through it. White people did not give respect to them and they are treated like animals. They have no right to live like other humans and they are born to work for others. Black people did not deserve any justice and all the blame should on them in case of any violence. White supremacy is killing the rights of the black people and they did not know where to go. There are a lot of hurdles that they face during their life and these problems did not end until they die. Racism is the key to all problems and injustice in the world. We should treat all humans on the basis of their deeds, not on the basis of their color.