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#KWA
Please read happy Black books too. We don't just write about slavery and colonialism. Consume Black history and art about anything. It all helps to decenter whiteness
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#KWA Jun 1
Replying to @athenakugblenu
I'm not recommending btw. Find them yourselves pls
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#KWA Jun 3
Replying to @MissHartleyCady
there are lots of suggestions in the replies to the tweet
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Ms M Jun 9
Replying to @athenakugblenu
Shared this tweet and thread with my AP English teachers group. Lots of people rethinking their curricular choices! Thank you!
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Ms M Jun 9
Replying to @athenakugblenu
PS: Over 200 AP teachers around the country are getting into this, sharing resources and ideas. Thank you for pushing us forward.
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Krissy Jun 2
did a great theme around Afeofuturism
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Krissy Jun 2
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amber Jun 2
If anyone is looking for some more
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Affy Jun 2
Yes! Akata Witch and Akata Warrior by Nnedi Okorafor. Children of Blood and Bone and Children of Virtue and Vengeance by Everything by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. I love us and they write about us so well and with so much love and power 🖤
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Jenna Lee Jun 2
Americana was given to me in a book exchange at my book club , and I LOVED it! Can't wait to read more.
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