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Brothers In Hope: The Story of The Lost Boys of Sudan

In this excerpt, Garang tells his story of how he became a lost boy when war destroyed his village. Walking with thousands of other orphaned boys, Garang travels thousands of dangerous miles from southern Sudan to a refugee camp in Ethiopia.
by
Mary Williams and R. Gregory Christie (illustrator)
Grade Level
Subject
History
Social Justice Domain
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Antonio's Card/La tarjeta de Antonio

In this story, Antonio learns that words have power, and that can be both a good and bad thing. As Mother’s Day approaches he must decide how to show his love for his mother and her partner and whether he wants that declaration to be public.
by
Rigoberto González and Cecilia Concepción Álvarez
Grade Level
K-2
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Zahrah’s Hijab

As a young Muslim girl, Zahrah wore her hijab to school on what is considered to be the most important day of the weekin Islam—Friday. Not everyone at Zahrah's school understands her religious traditions, but a visit from her mom changes this.
by
Sean McCollum
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Civics
Social Justice Domain
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Why Frogs and Snakes Never Play Together A Pourquoi of Prejudice A PLAY IN 3 ACTS

A chance meeting of a family of frogs and a family of snakes in the woods one day allows wonderful new friendships to be made. Later, when the siblings tell their parents about their new friends, they are told never to play together again. Find out why in this easy-to-produce play that teaches about the serious topic of prejudice.
by
Jeff Sapp
Grade Level
K-2
Subject
Civics
Geography
Social Justice Domain