|By (author):||Paris, Sherry|
|Subject:||YOUNG ADULT NONFICTION / General|
|YOUNG ADULT NONFICTION / Social Topics / Prejudice & Racism|
|Publisher:||Jessica Kingsley Publishers|
|Size:||10.00in x 7.00in|
|From The Publisher*|
Packed with fun activities for self-reflection and development, this creative workbook is the ultimate toolkit for all young activists looking to make a difference and fight for change. Each chapter includes voices from inspiring young game changers to encourage readers to channel their passion for social justice into positive action.
Focussing on identity, discrimination and oppression, it offers the space to explore new ideas, self-reflect and expand awareness of the systems underpinning injustice. Chapters engage with a range of social justice and identity issues, including race, gender, sexual orientation and disability, providing the tools needed to facilitate and encourage personal growth.
Through creative activities, journal prompts, interviews and more, this workbook will inspire, engage and empower you to realize your own social justice project and put it into action.
|From The Publisher*||Full of creative activities, journal prompts and questions for self-reflection, this interactive workbook is the ultimate toolkit for young people looking to challenge injustices. Exploring issues of identity, discrimination and oppression, it features the voices of inspiring young activists to empower readers to develop their social justice skills.|
You Can Make a Difference introduces incredibly thoughtful techniques to understanding yourself and others. Sherry taps into the human, vulnerable and truthful side of people. You'll find yourself dismantling bias and gaining a deeper understanding into your own humanity.
This book is a powerful tool for social justice and change that allows individuals to explore intersecting identities. An exploration of activism that provides readers with a resource to transform communities.
Sherry Paris has done it again! Her ability to break down difficult but critical constructs and to propose simple, practical, engaging, caring, respectful, and affirming ways forward for youth to become social justice activists is exceptional. Cannot wait to use this book in my teacher education courses!
|Biographical Note||Sherry Paris (she/her/hers) is an educator, illustrator, speaker and Diversity Trainer who was named as the National Liberty Museum's first "Teacher as Superhero" in 2017 for her nearly 20-year collaboration with high school youth to create a safe and welcoming school district. She is the co-author of Being a Super Trans Ally! and is based in Philadelphia, US.|