مصادر لموضوع التسامح والعدالة الاجتماعية

(١) مصادر عامة

There are many great resources for adults to use with children.
(1) I recommend becoming a member of an activist organization that promotes tolerance and social justice. One great organization of this kind is the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC). You can access this organization online at www.splcenter.org. This nonprofit educational and legal foundation functions as a clearing house and activist leader for social good in the United States. This is the group that designed “Mix-It-Up-At-Lunch Day.” They publish a magazine that members receive titled Teaching Tolerance. Every issue is full of sound tips for promoting tolerance and social activism in children. I learn something new about my fellow travelers on this Earth from every issue. The SPLC also makes free curriculum kits available to teachers. One example is “Responding to Hate at School: A Guide for Teachers, Counselors and Administrators.”
(2) When children are seeking activities to engage in, assist them in finding one that includes social activism. Many opportunities for service exist in all of our communities. One example is the Girl Scouts/Boy Scouts organization. Service to others is a hallmark of the work they ask of children. If you encounter a troop that is intolerant of some groups of children, seek another troop. Often, the Scout leaders’ views prevail and we are all on the journey of overcoming bias at different levels. One recent book published about Eagle Scouts was written to detail some of the service engaged in by those who have attained this level of Scouting. They have gone on to achieve national office, become members of the astronaut corps, save natural habitats, lead colleges, and serve as camp counselors as adults. Alvin Townley’s Legacy of Honor: The Values and Influence of America’s Eagle Scouts was published in 2007 by Thomas Dunne Books.
(3) Youth Communication is a nonprofit youth development program that sells resource books for adults and adolescents, written by adolescents. Examples of some of their available titles are “Helping Others,” “Growing up Black, Asian, Latino” (three titles), “Resilience,” and “Mental Health.” Find them at www.youthcomm.org.
(4) The Anti-Defamation League (ADL), in conjunction with Barnes and Noble publish a list of books that address social justice. The pamphlet they produce is called “Close the Book on Hate” and can be downloaded at the ADL’s website: www.adl.org/prejudice/default/asp. This list contains books for children and adults.

(٢) كتب للأطفال

The children’s book collection of Kim and Kent Case includes the following titles:
(1) King and King. Linda de Haan and Stern Nijland. Two males become a couple.
(2) King and King and Family. Linda de Hann and Stern Nijland. A male couple adopts a child.
(3) And Tango Makes Three. Justin Richardson and Peter Parnell. The true story of two male penguins at the Central Park Zoo who become a couple and raise a baby penguin together.
(4) Heather Has Two Mommies. Leslea Newman.
(5) Molly’s Family. Nancy Garden. A kindergarten child with two moms who attend Parents’ Night together.
(6) We Adopted You, Benjamin Koo. Linda Walvoord Girard. First person account of a child from Korea adopted in the United States.
(7) New Moon is a magazine for girls about embracing girlhood and promotes tolerance and activism.
(8) William’s Doll. Charlotte Zolotow. William’s grandmother buys him a doll so that he will learn nurturing skills.
(9) The Sissy Duckling. Harvey Fierstein. Elmer the duck enjoys traditionally feminine activities and perseveres when his friends deride him.
(10) My Name was Hussein. Hristo Kyuchukov. Ethnic violence means that children must adopt new beliefs or even change their names to survive.
(11) What if the Zebras Lost Their Stripes? John Reitano. Black, white, or striped, we are all in the animal kingdom together.
(12) Zack’s Story: Growing Up with Same Sex Parents. Keith Greenberg. A first person account of Zack, who has two moms.
(13) Happy to Be Nappy. bell hooks (author bell hooks does not capitalize her name). Be proud of who you are.
(14) Let’s Talk About Race. Julius Lester. Inside we are all the same.
(15) Black is Brown is Tan. Arnold Adoff. A multi-ethnic family has many beautiful skin-tones.
(16) Spotty. Margaret Rey. A spotted bunny leaves his all white bunny family only to find a spotted bunny family who is skeptical of a white bunny in their midst.
(17) Tusk Tusk. David McKee. White and black elephants fight to their deaths while the peace loving ones escape. Generations later the surviving elephants emerge and are all gray.
(18) White Socks Only. Evelyn Coleman. A young African-American girl drinks from an “All White” fountain and brings others to social activism as well.
(19) Why Should I Recycle? Jen Green. Mr. Jones, a teacher, shows his students the benefit of recycling.
(20) ABC A Family Alphabet Book. Bobbie Combs. Families are diverse.

(٣) كتب للكبار

This booklist was generated in part by the members of Kim Case’s groups titled “White Women Against Racism.”


  • Critical Multiculturalism: Rethinking Multicultural and Antiracist Education, Stephen May.
  • Diversity in the Classroom, 2nd edition, Frances E. Kendall.
  • Everyday Acts Against Racism: Raising Children in a Multiracial World, Maureen T. Reddy.
  • Lies My Teacher Told Me, James Loewen.
  • Open Minds to Equality, Nancy Schniedewind and Ellen Davidson, activity book.
  • Prejudice and Your Child, Kenneth B. Clark and Stuart W. Cook.
  • Teaching for Diversity and Social Justice: A Sourcebook for Teachers and Trainers, Maurianne Adams, Lee Ann Bell, and Pat Griffin.
  • Teaching Tolerance: Raising Open-Minded, Empathetic Children, Sam Bullard.
  • Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria? Beverly Tatum.

أعمال غير قصصية

  • Black Feminist Thought: Knowledge, Consciousness, & the Politics of Empowerment, Patricia Hill Collins.
  • Black Men on Race, Gender, and Sexuality, Devon Carbado.
  • Black Reconstruction in America, W. E. B. DuBois.
  • Black Wealth/White Wealth, Melvin Oliver and Thomas Shapiro.
  • The Damascus Affair, Jonathon Frankel, anti-Semitism.
  • Divided Sisters: Bridging the Gap Between Black Women and White Women, Kathy Wilson and Midge Russell.
  • Fighting Racism in World War II, George Breitmann, C. L. R. James, Fred Stanton, and Ed Keemer.
  • Home Girls: A Black Feminist Anthology, Barbara Smith.
  • Inequality By Design: Cracking the Bell Myth Curve, Claude Fischer et al.
  • Jews Against Prejudices: American Jews and the Fight for Civil Liberties, Stuart Svonkin.
  • Let’s Talk About Racism (The Let’s Talk Library), Diane Shaughnessy.
  • Life, Death, and In-Between on the U.S.-Mexico Border: Asi Es La Vida, Martha Oehmke Loustaunau and Mary-Sanchez Bane.
  • Our Feet Walk the Sky: Women of the South Asian Diaspora, Women of South Asian Descent (Eds.).
  • Quarantine! Howard Markel, anti-Semitism.
  • Racial Healing: Confronting the Fear Between Blacks and Whites, Harlon L. Dalton.
  • Racial Politics and the Pedagogy of Whiteness, Henry A. Giroux.
  • Racism Explained to My Daughter, Tahar Ben Jelloun et al.
  • Sister Outsider, Audre Lorde.
  • Turning Back: The Retreat From Racial Justice in American Thought and Policy, Stephen Steinberg.
  • Women, Race, and Class, Angela Davis.
  • Yo’ Mama’s Disfunktional: Fighting the Culture Wars in Urban America, Robin D. G. Kelly.

البشرة البيضاء والعنصرية

  • A Race is a Nice Thing to Have: A Guide to Being a White Person or Understanding the White Persons in Your Life, Janet Helms.
  • The Universalization of Whiteness: Racism and Enlightenment, Warren Montag.
  • The Wages of Whiteness, David Roediger.
  • White Awareness, Judy Katz.
  • White Women, Race Matters: The Social Construction of Whiteness, Ruth Frankenberg.

الروحانية وعلاج العنصرية

  • Beyond Fear: Twelve Spiritual Keys to Racial Healing, Aeeshah Ababio Clottey et al.
  • Enter the River: Healing Steps From White Privilege Toward Racial Reconciliation, Jody Miller Shearer.
  • Pastoral Care: An Antiracist/Multicultural Perspective (Blackwell Studies in Personal and Social Education and Pastoral Care), Carlton G. Duncan.

مناهضة العنصرية

  • Anti-Racism (Key Ideas), Alastair Bonnett.
  • Dismantling Racism: The Continuing Challenge to White America, Joseph R. Barndt.
  • Fighting Words: Black Women and the Search for Justice, Patricia Hill-Collins.
  • Killing Rage: End Racism, bell hooks.
  • Uprooting Racism: How White People Can Work for Racial Justice, Paul Kivel.

سير ذاتية

  • The Autobiography of Malcolm X, Malcolm X and Alex Haley.
  • Invisible Privilege: A Memoir About Race, Class, and Gender, Paula S. Rothenberg.
  • Long Time Coming: An Insider’s Story of the Birmingham Church Bombing That Rocked the World, Elizabeth H. Cobbs, Petric J. Smith, and Fred L. Shuttlesworth.
  • Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, Frederick Douglass.
  • Night, Elie Weisel, Holocaust.
  • Rising Voices: Writings of Young Native Americans, Arlene B. Hirschfelder and Beverly R. Singer.

أعمال قصصية

  • A Lesson Before Dying, Ernest J. Gaines.
  • A Woman of Her Tribe, Margaret Robinson.
  • Beloved, Toni Morrison.
  • Black Boy, Richard Wright.
  • The Bluest Eve, Toni Morrison.
  • The Color Purple, Alice Walker.
  • Dust Tracks on a Road, Zora Neale Hurston.
  • Goodbye Vietnam, Gloria Whelan.
  • Growing Up Chicana/o, Tiffany A. Lopez.
  • I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, Maya Angelou.
  • Invisible Man, Ralph Ellison.
  • The Joy Luck Club, Amy Tan.
  • The Kitchen God’s Wife, Amy Tan.
  • The Latin Deli, Judith Ortiz Cofer.
  • Latina, Lillian Castillo-Speed.
  • Love Medicine, Louise Erdrich.
  • Makes Me Wanna Holler, Nathan McCall.
  • Possessing the Secret of Joy, Alice Walker.
  • Puro Teatro: A Latina Anthology, Alberto Sandoval-Sanchez and Nancy Saporta Sternbach.
  • Their Eyes Were Watching God, Zora Neale Hurston.
  • Things Fall Apart, Chinua Achebe.
  • The Things They Carried, Tim O’Brien.
  • The Wedding, Dorothy West.

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