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Hues of You: An Activity Book for Learning About the Skin You Are In (Paperback)
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This activity book provides caregivers and kids a interactive, engaging, and age-appropriate way to navigate conversations around skin tone, race, and racism.
Crafted by an experienced educator and advocate for antiracism, Hues of You offers a smart and honest starting point to help families, schools, and communities have natural, effective, and meaningful conversations with kids about skin tone and race.
Divided into four main sections--Hues of You, Hues of Your Family, Hues of Your Ancestors, and Hues of Your Friends--each page gives kids space to explore their identity in a variety of social contexts, empowering them (and their parents and caregivers) to openly recognize, embrace, and celebrate the diversity of skin colors in the world around them.
About the Author
Lucretia Berry Carter, PhD, is the founder of Brownicity (pronounced like ethnicity), an agency dedicated to racial healing and anti-racism. She is also a curriculum specialist for Community School of Davidson in North Carolina, a TEDxCharlotte speaker, and an (in)courage. com storyteller. She and her husband, Nathan, are the parents of three little girls.
Adia Carter has had a lifelong passion for drawing and is studying studio art at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She feels that open discussion and the introduction of true and scientific information about race can be the gateway to a more accepting society—especially when dialogue about it is encouraged in the young