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Storm

In this story, the parents of three children decide not to tell people the gender of the third child in an effort to avoid promoting stereotypes. Instead, they allow the child to be a person rather than a pretty girl who wears pink or a strong boy who wears blue.
by
Tamera Bryant
Grade Level
Subject
Civics
Social Justice Domain
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Literature

Margaret Batchelder, Immigrant Inspector (1903)

Margaret Batchelder writes to President Theodore Roosevelt to tell him how women inspectors welcome immigrants—with smiles and encouragement. Although not allowed to question the immigrants, the women make a difference in the immigrants' first experiences on shore.
by
Gwenyth Swain
Grade Level
Subject
History
Social Justice Domain
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Families Like Mine: Children of Gay Parents Tell It Like It Is

In her nonfiction book, Abigail Garner demystifies the coming out process for LGBT parents and children using their voices and experiences. This excerpt focuses on the impact of coming out in the school environment with teachers, peers, and other parents.
by
Abigail Garner
Grade Level
Social Justice Domain