Stamped (For Kids) traces the history of race and racism throughout the United States of America. It spotlights the work of antiracists and those who have resisted the racist ideas and policies that shape this nation.
Too often, the texts young readers access to learn about the history of the United States present a fractured version of the truth that does not always shed light on the ways racism has driven the actions of individuals, groups of people and institutions of the nation as well as the work of antiracists who confront these unsettling truths. Stamped (For Kids) makes these truths transparent revealing both the painful and promising history of this nation.
Use this lesson plan from Hachette to help younger students guide their learning.