It’s important to learn that every day, people make choices to support human rights. Here’s a great list from the blog: A Book Long Enough sharing some great books for kids celebrating everyday American heroes and heroines that supported racial equity.
Here’s what the blog has to say:
You’ve heard of Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King, Jr., Crazy Horse, and Cesar Chavez. Your kids may have, too. They’re certainly people worth knowing about. But what about non-famous, everyday American people who exhibited enormous courage in the face of racism, discrimination, and segregation? And how about fictional characters that give us a bird’s eye view of incredible bravery? Below are non-fiction and fiction titles, for kids of all ages, that teach young people about unknown people who dared to fight for civil rights.