Pact says: This is the best book we have found to give an overview of the Asian American experience.
Pact says: This book is fabulous; clear-eyed, thoughtful and moving. It is not about adoption but is about the experience of a white parent of Black children. Jane Lazarre is a terrific writer..
Pact says: Bravo to Ms. Morris. This book should be a reference in every school, every library and every family who cares about the well-being of Black children and families in America.
Pact says: We consider Beverly Daniel Tatum to be one of the truth-tellers about our current state of race relations and issues.
Pact says: Dyson is controversial and provocative, offering real insight into the state of race in America.
Pact says: A very accessible book, but the focus is limited to parents of two different races raising a child of mixed racial heritage.
Pact says: An extremely useful book that underlines the importance of explicitly teaching about race and tolerance. Although the book is academic in tone, the content makes this a worthwhile read.
Pact says: This is a great read that explores the intersection of race and class as well as the challenges and assumptions from both the white and black communities about how education, speech and her looks place her within the racialized continuum of her identity as a member of the African Diaspora.
Pact says: Great support and information for African American hair care and styles for girls and women (although the information can be applied to boys as well!)
Pact says: This outstanding work offers food for thought for all readers, but in particular for those interested in transracial families or multiethnic identity.
Pact says: It is time for white people to acknowledge that they are at the heart of the race problems in America—this book is a call to action.
Pact says: Nice reminders for readers about the importance of telling their children that they are beautiful and smart as they spend time together combing and styling.
Pact says: A practical and colorful book, essential for parents of African American daughters.
Pact says: Marian Wright Edelman is a powerful role model. Beautifully written and highly recommended.
Pact says: Prasad begins each piece with a biographical sketch of the writer and concludes each with a commentary, which makes for an absorbing and thought-provoking collection.
Pact says: Parents and educators who are concerned about the education of children of color can learn a great deal from Delpit’s knowledgeable, passionate and thoughtful analysis.
Pact says: Most provocatively reveals how both the move toward colorblindness and affirmative action blur our vision of injustice.
Pact says: A beautiful contribution. In this moving and intimate look at multiracial family life, the compelling photograph of each family is accompanied by revealing text culled from interviews with the family members—children as well as adults—who describe in their own voices the joys and challenges of life in a multiracial family.
Pact says: There is much to like about the book, particularly its intersectional approach to this long-neglected subject.
Pact says: This is an accessible and stimulating read, useful for anyone interested in racial identity issues.
Pact says: An exceptionally clear statement of the effects of racism on women and children in crisis. Highly recommended.
Pact says: Another good addition to your hair care library.
Pact says: All of us can learn from Wise’s honest self-assessment.
Pact says: A fascinating and clearly presented map of steps toward integration of racial identity, this book affirms the need to understand the process and to talk about it. Highly recommended.
Pact says: A fascinating and clearly presented discussion of the Asian American experience.