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Equity Books

Listed alphabetically by author’s last name.

A

  • Abeel, Samantha — Reach for the Moon
  • Abells, Chana Byers — The Children We Remember
  • Ada, Alma Flor — My Name is Maria Isabel
  • Adler, David —  A Picture Book of George Washington Carver
  • Adoff, Arnold  —  Black is brown is tan
  • Alexander, Michelle   — The New Jim Crow; Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindess
  • Allen, Debbie  —  Dancing in the Wings
  • Alpenfels, Ethel J.  —  Sense and Nonsense about Race
  • Alvarez, Julia  —   Before we were Free
  • Alvarez, Julia  —  How the Garcia Girls Lost their accents
  • Annan, Nane  —  The Tunited Nations Come Along with me!
  • Armour, Jody David  —  Negro Phobia and Reasonable Racism; The Hidden Costs of Being Black in America
  • Arnow, Jan  —  Teaching Peace: How to Raise Children to Live in Harmony–Without Fear, Without Prejudice, Witout Violence
  • Aronson, Elliott  —  The Jigsaw Classroom
  • Asian America Coalition, The  —  Children of Asian America
  • Asian Women United of California  —  Making Waves; An anthology of writings by and about Asian American Women
  • Augenbraum, Harold and Ian Stavans  —  Growing up Latino Memories and Stories; Reflections on Life in the United States

​​B

  • Baker, Yaba  —  Just Like Me; The beginning of Civilization
  • Balakian, Peter  —  The Burning Tigris; The Armenian Genocide and America’s Response
  • Baldwin, James  —  Notes of A Native Son
  • Banks, James A.  —  Handbook of research on Multicultural Education
  • Barringer, Herbert and Robert W. Gardner, and Michael J. Levin  —  Asians and Pacific Islanders in the United States
  • Bartlett, John W.  —  The Future if Ours; A handBook For Student Activism in the 21th Century
  • Baxandall, Rosalyn and Elizabeth Ewen  —  Picture Windows; How The Suburbs Happened
  • Bean, Frank D. and Marta Tienda  —  The Hispanic Population of the United States
  • Beard, George and Harold Hutchins  —  The Adventure of Super Diaper Baby
  • Bell, Derrick   —  Silent Covenants; Brown V. Board of Education and the unfulfilled Hopes for Racial Reform
  • Berzon, Betty  —  Setting Them Straight; You Can do something about bigotry and homophobia in your life
  • Bigelow, Bill   —  The Line Between Us; Teaching About the Border and Mexican Immigration
  • Black, Timuel D. Jr.  —  Bridges of Memory; Chicago’s first wave of Black Migration an oral history
  • Blactchford, Claire H.  —   Going with the Flow
  • Blanchard, Ken and Bowles, Sheldon  —  GungHo!: Turn On the People in Any Organization
  • Blankstein, Alan M. and Pedro Noguera  —  Excellence Through Equity; Give Principles of Courageous Leadership ta Guide Achievement for Every Student
  • Boal, Augusto  —  Games for Actors and Non-Actoros
  • Bolden, Jonya  —  And Not Afraid to Dare; The Stories of ten African-American Women
  • Boyle, Kevin  —  Arc of Justice; A saga of Race, Civil Rights, and Murder in The Jazz Age
  • Bradley, Bill  —  The Journey From Here
  • Bridges, Ruby  —  Through My Eyes
  • Broker, Ignatia  —  Night Flying Women; An Ojibway Narrative
  • Brown Paper School US Kids History  —  Book of the American indians
  • Brown, Tricia  —  Someone Special Just Like You
  • Bucher, Richard D.  —  Building Cultural Intelligence(CQ); Nine MegaSkills
  • Bullard, Sara  —  Free At last; A History of the Civil Rights Movement and those who Died in the Struggle
  • Bunting, Eve  —  Cheyenne Again​

C

  • Cameron, Ann —  The Most Beautiful Place in the World
  • Canfield, Jack and Mark Victor Hansen —  Chicken Soup for the Teacher’s soul
  • Canfield, Jack and Mark Victor Hansen, Matthew E. Admas —  Chicken Soup for the Soul of America
  • Canfield, Jack and Mark Victor Hansen, Patty Hansen, and Irene Dunlap —  Chicken Soup for the Kid’s Soul
  • Canter, Lee and Marlene Canter —  Succeeding With Difficult Students’ New Strategies for Reaching Your Most Challenging Students
  • Capper, Colleen A. and Elise Frattura —  Meeting the Needs of Students of All Abilities; How Leaders go Beyond Inclusion
  • Carbabdo, Devon W.  —  Time On Two Crosses’ The Collected Writings of Bayard Rustin
  • Carson, Ben  —  Gifted Hands; The Ben Carson Story
  • Carson, Clayborne —  The Papers of Martin Luther King, JR.
  • Casey, Annie E.  —  1999 Kids Count Data Book
  • Casey, Annie E. —  Kids Count Special Report; The Right Start Conditions of Babies and Their Families in America’s Largest Cities
  • Cha, Dia Cand Norma J. Livo —  Teaching with folk Stories of the Hmongl An Activity Book
  • Chan, Sucheng  —  Hmong Means free; Life in Loas and america
  • Charlip, Remy and Mary Beth, and George Ancona —  Handtalk; An ABC of Finger Spelling & Sign Language
  • Charlton, Laird —  Webster’s New World Thesaurus
  • Cheesebrow, Dennis  —  Partnership: Redefined leadership through the power of &
  • Cheney, Lynne —  America: A Patriotic Primer
  • Chomsky, Aviva  —  “They Take Our Jobs!” and 20 other myths about immigration
  • Chorlian, Meg  —  The Battle of the Little Bighorn
  • Cisneros, Sandra —  The House on Mango street
  • Cline-Ransome, Lesa  —  Major Taylor Champion Cyclist
  • Coburn, Jewell Reinhart with Tzexa Cherta Lee  —  Jouanah; A hmong Cinderella
  • Cohen, Leah Hager — Train Go Sorry; Inside a Deaf World
  • Cohn, Janice — The Christmas Menorahs; How a Town Fought Hate
  • Coleman, James S. — ​Equality of Educational Opportunity
  • Coles, Robert and Nicholas Nixon  —  School
  • Collins, Patricia Hill   —  Another kind of Public Education Race, School, the Media, and Democratic possibilities
  • Compton-Lilly, Catherine  —  Reading Families; The Literate Lives of Urban Children
  • Cooney, Caroline B.   —  Emergency Room
  • Cortes, Carlos E.  —  The Making and Remaking of a Multiculturalist
  • Corwin Press Inc.  —  Urban Education
  • Cose, Ellis  —  The Rage of A Privileged Class’ Why Are middle-class blacks angry? Why should America Care?
  • Coverdell, Paul D.  —  Building Bridges; A Peace Corps classroom Guide To Cross-Cultural Understanding
  • Coverdell, Paul D.  —  Voices From the Field
  • Covey, Stephen  —  The 8th habit From Effectiveness to Greatness
  • Cowen-Fletcher, Jane  —  It Takes A Village
  • Creech, Sharon  —  Walk Two Moons
  • Crow Agency, Montana  —  Little Big Horn Battlefield; National Monument Indian Memorial dedication “Peace Through Unity”
  • Curtis, Christopher Paul  —  Bud, Not Buddy

D

  • Dash, Leon  —  Roa Lee; A mother and Her Family in Urban American
  • David W. Johnson and Roger T. Johnson  —  Learning Together and Alone; cooperative, Competitive, and Individualistic Learning
  • David Walsh  —  Selling Out America’s Children; How America Out Profits before values-And What Parents Can Do
  • David, Jay  —  Growing Up Black
  • Davis, Bonnie M.   —  How To Teach Student Who Don’t Look Like You; culturally relevant Teaching Strategies
  • Davis, W. Harry  —  Changemaker
  • Deitz Shea, Pegi  —  The Whispering Cloths
  • Dell Publishing  —  The American Heritage Dictionary
  • Delpit, Lisa   —  Other People’s Children Culture Conflict in the Classroom
  • DeWatt, Robb   —  Korczak Storyteller in Stone; A capsule Biography of the Crazy Horse Sculptor
  • Diaz, Carlos  —  Multicultural Education for the 21th century
  • Doniger, Nancy  —  Gingersnaps; Daily affirmations for African American Children and Families
  • Dorros, Arthur  —  Abuela
  • Du Bois, W.E.B.  —  Dark water: Voices From within The veil
  • Dupre, Kelly  —  The Travels of Igal Shidad Safarada Cigaal Shidaad; A Somali Folktale
  • Dwenberg, Barry   —  Dark America Mirror, Mirror on the Wall; The Diary of Bess Brennan

E

  • ​Echo-Hawk, Roger and Walter  —  Battlefields and Burial Grounds: The Indian Struggle to protect Ancestral Graves in the United States
  • Eggers, Dave  —  Zeitoun
  • Eliach, Yaffa  —  There Once was A world; A 900-Year Chronicle of the Shtetl of Eishyshok
  • Emerick, Yahiya  —  The Complete Idiot’s guide to Understanding Islam
  • Esquith, Rafe  —  Teach Like Your Hair’s on Fire; The Methods and Madness Inside Room 56
  • Evelyn Coleman  —  To Be A Drum

F

  • Faderman, Lillian with Ghia Xiong  —  I begin my Life All Over; The Hmong and the American immigrant Experience
  • Fadiman, Anne  —  The Spirit Catches you and you Fall Down; A Hmong child, Her American Doctors, and the Collision of Two Cultures
  • Fahey, Jr., John M.  —  National Museum of the American Indian
  • Faith Ringgold  —  If A Bus Could Talk; The Story of Rosa Parks
  • Farris, Christine King  —  My Brother Martin; A suster Remembers growing up with the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
  • Felecia Briscoe, Gilberto Arriaza, and Rosemary C. Henze  —  The Power of Talk; How Words Change Our Lives
  • Fine, Edith Hope  —  Bajo La Luna de Limon
  • Fisch, Robert O.  —  Light From The Yellow Star; A lesson of love from the Holocaust
  • Flake, Sharon G.  —  You Don’t Even Know Me; Stories and poems about boys
  • Flake, Sharon G.  —  The Skin I’m In
  • Ford, Donna Y. and J. John Hazzis  —  Multicultuzal Gifted education
  • Fourteen Artists  —  Just like Me
  • Fox, Mem  —  Whoever You Are
  • Frances, Ann Day  —  Latina and Latino Voices in Literature; for Children and Teenagers
  • Freedman, Jonathan  —  Wall of Fame; One Teacher, One Class, and The power to Save School and Transform Lives
  • Freedman, Russell  —  The Voice That Challenged A Nation; Marian Anderson and the Struggle for Equal Rights
  • Freishman, Paul D.  —  Seedfolks
  • Freishman, Paul D.  —  Weslandia
  • Fringe Benefits  —  Cootle Shouts

​​G

  • Gallager, Hateley and BJ and Warren H. Schmidt  —  A Peacock in the Land of Penguins:  A Fable About Creativity and Courage
  • Galt, Margot Fortunato —  Up To The Plate; All American Girls Professional Baseball League
  • Garay, Luis —  The Long Road
  • Gardner, Mark L.  —  Little Big Horn Battlefield; National Monument
  • Garland, Sherry  —  The Lotus Seed
  • Gaskins, Pearl Fuyo  —  What Are You?
  • Gates, Dr. Henry Louis  —  Little Known Black History Facts
  • Gates, Henry Louis Jr.  —  American Behind The Color Line; dialogues with African Americans
  • Gersten, Irene Fandel and Betsy Bliss  —  Ecidujerp Prejudice; either Way it Doesn’t Make Sense
  • Gillespie, Peggy  —  Love Makes A Family; Portraits of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Parents and Their Parents
  • Gilman, Rhoda R.  —  Northern Lights; The Story of Minnesota’s Past
  • Giovanni, Nikki  —  Rosa
  • Giovanni, Nikki  —  Racism 101
  • Gold, Alison Leslie  —  Reflections of a Childhood Friend; Memories of Anne Frank
  • Golub, Keffrey N.  —  Activities for an Interactive Classroom
  • Gordon, Edmund W.  —  Education & Justice; A View from the Back of the Bus
  • Gore, W. Gary  —  Navigating Change
  • Gorski, Paul C.  —  Reaching and teaching students in poverty; Strategies for Reasing the opportunity Gap
  • Goss, Linda and Clay —  It’s Kwanzaa Time!
  • Gossen, Diane Chelsom  —  Restitution: Restructuring School Discipline
  • Gray, Nigel and Philippe Dupasquier  —  A Country Far Away
  • Grayson, Dolores A.  —  GESA: Generating Expectations for Student Achievement: An Equitable Approach To Educational Excellence
  • Green, Jesse  —  The Velveteen Father; An unexpected Journey to Parenthood
  • Green, William D.  —  Apeculiar Imbalance; The Fall and rise of Racial of Racial Equality in Early Minnesota
  • Guskey, Thomas R.  —  Evaluating Professional Development
  • Guthridge, George  —  The Kids From Nowhere; The Story Behind The arctic Educational Miracle

H

  • ​Hacker, Andrew  —  Two Nations Black and White. Separate, Hostile, Unequal
  • Hall, Marcella Runell   —  Conscious Women Rock the page
  • Hamanaka, Sheila  —  All the Colors of the Earth
  • Harvard Business School Press  —  Harvard Business Review on Managing Diversity
  • Hassan, Marian A.  —  Dhegdheer; A Scary Somali Folktale
  • Herrara, Escrito por Juan  —  Calling the Doves
  • Hirsch, S. Carl  —  The Riddle of Racism
  • Hoffman, Mary and Caroline Binch  —  Boundless Grace; Sequel to Amazing Grace
  • Hoffman, Mary and Caroline Binch  —  Amazing Grace
  • Hoig, Stan  —  The Cheyenne; Indians of North America
  • Hook, Jason  —  The American Plains indians; Men-at-Arms
  • Hoose, Philip  —  We Were There, Too!: Young People in U.S. History
  • Hoose, Phillip  —  It’s Our World Too, Young People Who Are Making A difference; How They Do it-how you can, too!
  • Hope, John  —  The Negro in 20th Century America; A reader on the Struggle for Civil Rights
  • Hopkinson, Deborah  —  Sweet Clara and the Freedom Quilt
  • Hopson, Dr. Darlene Powell and Dr. Derek S. Hopson  —  Raising the Rainbow Generation; Teaching Your Children To Be Successful In A Multicultural Society
  • Houghton Mifflin Company  —  The American Heritage Spanish Dictionary
  • Howard, Gary R.  —  We Can’t Teach What We Don’t Know; White Teachers, Multiracial Schools
  • Howarth, Sarah  —  The Children Atlas of the 20th Century
  • Howe, James  —  The Misfits
  • Hudson, Cheryli Willis and Bernette G. Ford  —  Bright Eyes, Brown Skin
  • Huie, Wing Young  —  Frogtown
  • Huie, Wing Young  —  The University Avenue Project
  • Hurley, Jennifer A.  —  Racism
  • Hurston, Zora Neale and Zora Neale  —  Their Eyes Were Watching God
  • Hyerle, David  —  Visual Tools for Transforming Information Into Knowledge

J

  • Jackins, Tim  —  Working Together to End Racism; Healing From the Damage caused by Racism
  • Jackson, Yvette  —  The Pedagogy of Confidence; Inspiring High Intellectual Performance In Urban School
  • Jeffers, Susan   —  Brother Eagle, Sister Sky
  • Jencks, Christopher and Meredith Phillips  —  The Black-White Test Score Gap
  • Jenkins, Carol & Hines, Elizabeth Gardner  —  Black Titan: A.G. Gaston and The Making of A Black American Millionaire
  • Jensen, Eric  —  Teaching with the brain in mind
  • Jensen, Eric  —  Engaging Students with poverty in Mind; Practical Strategies for Raising achievement
  • Johnson, Angela  —  Lily Brown’s Painting
  • Johnson, Angela  —  I Dream of Trains
  • Johnson, Charles  —  The Woman and the Tiger
  • Johnson, Charles and Bob Adelman  —  King; The Photobiography of Martin Luther King, JR.
  • Johnson, E. Patrick and Mae G. Henderson  —  Black Queer Studies; A critical Anthology
  • Johnson, James Weldon  —  Lift Ev’ry voice and sing
  • Jones, Guy W. and Sally Moomaw  —  Lessons From Turtle Island; Native Curriculum in Early Childhood Classrooms
  • Jordan, MaryKate  —  Losing Uncle Tim

K

  • Kalman, Bobbie  —  Native Nations of the Western Great Lakes
  • Kalman, Bobby and Bishop, Amanda  —  A Slave Family
  • Katz, William Loren  —  Black Indians: A Hidden Heritage
  • Keenan, Sheila  —  Scholastic Book of Outstanding Americas, Profiles of More than 450 Famous and Infamous Figures in U.S. History
  • Kevin, Jennings  —  One Teacher in 10
  • Kindersley, Barnabas and Anabel  —  Children Just Like Me
  • King, Joyce E. and Etta R. Hollins, and Warren C. Hayman  —  Preparing Teacher For Cultural Diversity
  • Kirberger, Kimberly  —  No Body’s Perfect: Stories by Teens about Body Image, Self-Acceptance, and the Search for identity
  • Kirsch, Sharon with Florence Kirsh  —  Fabulous Female Physicians
  • Kissen, Rita  —  The Last Closet: The Real Lives of Lesbian and Gay Teachers
  • Kissen, Rita M.  —  The Last Closet; The real lives of lesbian and gay teachers
  • Kohl, Herbert  —  I won’t learn from you”; and other thoughts on creative Maladjustment
  • Kohler Arts Center, John Michael  —  Hmong Art Tradition and Change
  • Kotlowitz, Alex  —  There Are No children Here
  • Kottler, Jeffrey A.  —  Advanced Group leadership
  • Kozol, Jonathan  —  Fire in the Ashes; Twenty-Five Years Among the poorest Children in America
  • Kozol, Jonathan  —  Letters To A young Teacher
  • Kozol, Jonathan  —  Ordinary resurrections; children in the years of Hope
  • Kozol, Jonathan  —  Savage Inequalities; children In america’s Schools
  • Kozol, Jonathan  —  Amazing Grace; The Lives of children and the Conscience of a Nation
  • Kriete, Roxann   —  The Morning Meeting Book
  • Krulik, Nancy  —  No Matzoh For Me!
  • Kugler, Eileen Fale  —  Debunking The Middle-Class Myth; Why Diverse Schools are Good for All Kids
  • Kunjufu, Jawanza  —  Keeping Black Boys Out of Special Education
  • Kunjufu, Jawanza  —  Countering The Conspiracy to Destroy Black Boys Series

L

  • Lachecki, Marina and James Kasperson  —  More Teaching kids to Love the Earth; 156 environmental activities for parents and other teachers
  • Ladson-Billings, Gloria  —  The Dreamkeepers; Successful Teachers of African American Children
  • LaDuke, Winona  —  All Our Relations; Native Struggles for Land and Life
  • Landsman, Julie  —  A White Teacher Talks About Race
  • Landsman, Julie  —  Growing up White; A Veteran teacher Reflects on Racism
  • Landsman, Julie and Chase Lewis  —  White Teachers/Diverse Classroom; A guide to Building inclusive Schools, Promoting High Expectations, and Eliminating Racism
  • Lani Guinier and Susan Sturm  —  Who’s Qualified?
  • Lanier, Shannon and Jane Feldman  —  Jefferson’s Children: The Story of One American Family
  • Lanker, Brian  —  I Dream A World
  • Thuy, Le Thi Diem  —  The Gangster We Are All Looking For
  • LeBlanc , Adrian Nicole  —  Love, Drugs, Trouble, And Coming or Age in the Bronix
  • Lee, Enid; Deborah Menkart; Margo Okazawa-Rey  —  Beyond Heroes and Holidays: A Practical Guide to K-12 Anti-Racist, Multicultural Education and Staff Development
  • ​Levett, Anna and Amanda Kottler, Erica Burman and Ian Parker  —  Culture, Power and Difference; Discourse Analysis in South Africa
  • Levin, Ellen  —  If You Traveled West In A Covered Wagon
  • Levin, Ellen  —  If You Traveled On The Underground RailRoad
  • Lewis, Bernard  —  Islam and the West
  • Lewis, Richard  —  Out Of the Earth I Sing
  • Life  —  Legends; The Century’s most unforgettable faces
  • Lindsey, Delores B. and Richard S. Martinez, and Randall B. Lindsey  —  Culturally Proficient Coaching
  • Liu, Eric  —  The Accidental Asian
  • Livo, Norma J. and Dia Cha  —  Folk Stories of the Hmong; People of Loas, thailand, and Vietnam
  • Loewen, James W.  —  Teaching What Really Happened; How to Avoid the Tyranny of Textbooks & Get Students Excited About Doing History
  • Logan, Judy  —  Teaching Stories
  • Logan, Judy  —  Teaching Stories
  • Long, Larry with J.D. Steele and Ellen Weiss  —  I Will Be your Friend; Songs and Activities for young Peacemakers
  • Lopez, Tiffany Ana  —  Growing Up Chicana/O
  • Lorbiecki, Marybeth  —  Children of Vietnam
  • Love, Nancy  —  Using Data to Improve Learning for All; A Collaborative Inquiry Approach
  • Lowell, Massachusetts  —  Dear America So Far from Home; The Diary of Mary Driscool, an Irish Mill Girl
  • Lowry, Lois  —  Rhinos and Raspberries: Tolerance Tales for the Early Grades
  • Lucmour, Sambhava and Josette  —  Everyone Wins! Cooperative Games and Activities

M

  • Macdonald, Fiona  —  Native Americans
  • MacWell, Kelly E and Biren (Ratnesh) A. Nagda, and Monita C. Thompson  —  Facilitating Intergroup Dialogues; Bridging Differences, Catalyzing Change
  • Madonna  —  The English Roses
  • Mahiri, Jabari  —  Shooting for Excellence; African American and Youth Culture in New Centure Schools
  • Mak, Kam  —  My Chinatown: One Year in Poems
  • Mangal, Melina  —  Virginia Hamilton; real-life Reader Biography
  • Manheim Teel, Karen and Hennifer E. Obidah  —  Building Racial and Cultural Competence in the Classroom
  • Marmon Silko, Leslie  —  Ceremony
  • Mathias, Barbara and Mary Ann French  —  40 Ways to Raise a Nonracist Child
  • Mazel, Ella  —  “And Don’t Call me a Racist!”; A treasury of quotes on the past, present, and future of the color line in America
  • McCain, Becky Ray  —  Grandmother’s Dreamcatcher
  • ​McCracken, Janet Brown  —  Valuing Diversity: The Primary Years
  • McCready, Lance T.  —  Making Space for Diverse Masculinities; Difference, Intersectionality, and Engagement in an Urban High School
  • McDonough, Yona Zeldis  —  Who Was Harriet Tubman?
  • McGavin, Dr. George C.   —  Insect
  • McGaw, Jessie Brewer  —  Chief Red Horse Tell About Custer; The Battle of the Little Bighorn, an eyewitness account told in Indian Sign language
  • McGraw-Hill  —  Webster’s Classic Reference Library Dictionary
  • McKissack, Patricia C. and Fredrick L. McKissack  —  Christmas in the Big House, Christmas in the Quarters
  • McKissack, Patricia C. and Predrick McKissack  —  Soujourner Truth Ain’t I a Woman?
  • McKnight Foundation  —  Rick Shiomi
  • McWhorter, John  —  Authentically Black; Essays For The Black Silent Majority
  • Menard, Valerie  —  The Latino Holiday Book
  • Mikaelsen, Ben  —  Red Midnight
  • ​Miller, William  —  Richard Wright and the Library Card
  • Millett, Sandra  —  The first Hmong peoples of SouthEast Asia
  • Milner, Frank  —  Frida Kahlo
  • Minnesota Minority Rducation Partnership  —  2013 Academic enrichment guide
  • Minnesota’s Adult basic education Community  —  Routhes
  • Mochizuki, Ken  —  Passage to Freedom; The Sugihara Story
  • Mochizuki, Ken  —  Baseball Saved Us
  • Monroe, Lorraine  —  Nothing’s Impossible
  • Montroll, John  —  Easy Origami
  • Morgan, Philip D.  —  Slave Counterpoint; Black Culture in the eighteenth-Century Chesapeake Lowcountry
  • Mori, Jan and Amy and Joshia  and Gus Lee and Sigrid Nunez  —  Growing Up Asian American
  • Moriarty, Kathleen  —  Will Waal: A Somali Folktale
  • Morris, Vivian Funn and Curtis L. Morris  —  The Price They Paid; Desegregation in African American Community
  • Morrison, Toni  —  Sula
  • Morrison, Toni —  Remember; The Journey to School integration
  • Moua, Houa Vue and Barbara J. Rolland  —  Trails Through the Mists
  • Moua, Mai Neng  —  Bamboo Among the Oaks
  • Myers, Walter Dean  —  Fallen Angels

N

  • Nam, Vicki  —  Yell-Oh Girls!
  • Nelson, Cathy L. and Kim A. Wilson  —  Seeding the Process of Multicultural Education; An Anthology
  • Nelson, Vaunda Micheaux  —  Almost to Freedom
  • Nessel, Denise D. and Joyce M. Graham  —  Thinking Strategies for Student Achievement; Improving Learning Across the Curriculum, K-12
  • Newman, Leslea  —  Heather Has Two Mommies
  • Newman, Shirlee P.  —  Slavery in the United States
  • Nieto, Sonia  —  The Lught in Their eyes; Creating multicultural learning Communities
  • Nikola-Lisa, W.  —  Bein’ with You This Way
  • No Child Left Behind  —  Helping Your Child Learn Mathematics

O

  • Office of the Minnesota Secretary of State  —  Minnesota Legislative Manual 2011-2012
  • Orfield, Gary  —  Myst We Bus? Segregated Schools and National Policy
  • Orfield, Gary  —  Public School Desegregation in the Untied States
  • Orfield, Gary and Mindy L. Kornhaber  —  Civil Rights In A New Era Rising Standards or Raising Barriers?; Inequality and High-Stakes Testing in Public Education

P

  • ​Paley, Vivian Gussin  —  Kwanzaa and Me; A Teacher’s Story
  • Pandya, Meenal   —  Here comes Diwali!; The Festival Lights
  • Park, Linda Sue  —  A single shard
  • Parsons, Alexandra  —  I Am Special
  • Patel, Eboo  —  Sacred Ground; Pluralism, Prejudice, and the Promise of America
  • Payne, Ruby K.  —  Poverty; A Framework for Understanding and Working with Students and Adults from Poverty
  • Peck, Ira  —  The Life and Words of Martin Luther King, Jr.
  • Pellegrini, Nina  —  Families are Different
  • Perry, Theresa; Steele, Claude; and Hilliard III, Asa  —  Young Gifted and Black: Promoting High Achievement Among African-American Students
  • Peters, Russell M.   —  Clambake; A Wampanoag Tradition
  • Pettigrew, Thomas F.  —  Racially Separate or Together?
  • Pfaff, Tim  —  Hmong in America; Journey From A secret War
  • Pinkney, Andrea Davis and Brian Pinkney  —  Ella Fitzgerald; the Tale of a Vocal Virtuosa
  • Pinkney, Sandra L.  —  Shades of Black; A celebration of Our Children
  • Pipher, Mart  —  Reviving Ophelia; Saving the Selves of Adolescent Girls
  • Polacco, Patricia  —  The Keeping Quilt
  • Premiere Issue Winter 2006  —  N =ED
  • Printz, Michael L.   —  A Step from Heaven
  • Project R.E.A.C.H. Ethic perspectives series  —  An African American …a special report
  • Project R.E.A.C.H. Ethic perspectives series  —  An American Indian Perspective ….a special report
  • Project R.E.A.C.H. Ethic perspectives series  —  An Asian American Perspective …a special report
  • Project R.E.A.C.H. Ethic perspectives series  —  A European American Perspective …a special report
  • Project R.E.A.C.H. Ethic perspectives series  —  A Hispanic/Latino Perspective …a special report

R

  • ​Rabe, Bernice  —  Where’s Chimpy?
  • Rappaport, Doreen  —  We Are The Many
  • Ravitch, Diane  —  The Death and Life of the great American School System; How Testing and Choice are Undermining Education
  • RBC Magazine  —  Raising Black and Biracial Children
  • Reader’s Digest  —  Complete Guide to Sewing
  • Regan, Ann  —  Irish in Minnesota; The People of Minnesota
  • Reys, Margret and H.A.  —  Curious George Goes to School
  • Reys, Margret and H.A.  —  Curious George goes to the Aquarium
  • Riestenberg, Nancy  —  Circle in the Square; building Community and repairing Harm in School
  • Riley, Patricia  —  Growing Up Native American
  • Ringgold, Faith  —  Aunt Harriet’s Underground Railroad in the Sky
  • Rist, Ray C.  —  The Invisible Children, School Integration in American Society
  • Rodriguez, Richard —  Days of Obligation; An Argument with My Mexican Father
  • Rodriguez, Richard  —  Brown; The Last Discovery of America
  • Roop, Peter and Connie  —  The Hmong In America: We Sought Refuge Here
  • ​Rosten, Leo  —  Religions of America; A new guide and Almanac
  • Rothstein, Andrew and Evelyn Rothstein, and Gerald Lauber  —  Writing as Learning; A content-Based Approach
  • Rusk, David  —  Cities Without Suburbs

S

  • ​Saifer, Steffen and Keisha Edwards, Debbie Ellis, Lena Ko, and Amy Stuczynski  —  Culturally Responsive Standard-Based Teaching; Classroom to Community and Back
  • Sandell, Stephen  —  Northern Lights Going to the Sources
  • Santella, Andrew  —  The Lakota Sioux
  • Savage, Dan and Terry Miller  —  It Gets Better; Coming Out, Overcoming Bullying, and Creating A life Worth Living
  • Sax, Leonard, M.D.  —  Boys Adrift; The Five Factors Driving the Growing Epidemic of Unmotivated Boues and Underachieving Young Men
  • Scandinavian Roots  —  American Lives
  • Schmidt, Jeremy and Ted Wood  —  Two Lands, One Hearts; An American Boy’s Journey to His Mother’s Vietnam
  • Scholastic  —  American The Beautiful
  • Scholastic  —  The Pledge of Allegiance
  • Sears, James T. and Walter L. Williams  —  Overcoming Heterosexism and Homophobia; Strategies That Work
  • Service-Learning Student’s Guide & Journal
  • Shaw, Janet  —  Meet Josefina; An American Girl
  • Shaw, Janet  —  Meet Kaya; An American Girl
  • Shea, Legi Deitz  —  Ltangled Threads; A Hmong Girl’s Story
  • Silver, Harvey F. and Richard W. Strong, and Matthew J. Perini  —  The Strategic Teacher; selecting the Right Research-Based Strategy for Every Lesson
  • Silver, Harvey F. and Richard W. Strong, and Matthew J. Perini  —  So Each May Learn; Integrating Learning Styles and Multiple Intelligences
  • Singer, Bennett L.   —  Growing up Gay/Growing up Lesbian; A Literary Anthology
  • Singleton, Glenn E. and Curtis Linton  —  Courageous Conversation About Race; A Field Guide for Achieving Equity in Schools
  • Skolnick, Donna   —  More than meets the eyes; How relationship Enhance Literacy Learning
  • Slapin, Beverlyn and Doris Seale  —  Through Indian Eyeys; The Native Experience in Books for Children
  • Smith, David J.  —  If the World Were A village; A Book about the World’s People
  • Snook, Randy  —  Many ideas Open the Way; A collection of hmong Proverb
  • Sorin, Gretchen Sullivan and Helen M. Shannon  —  In the Spirit of Martin; The Living Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
  • Soto, Gary —  Taking Sides
  • Spier, Peter  —  People
  • St. John, Nancy H.   —  School Desegregation; Outcome for Children
  • Stavans, Ian  —  Wac Hale: Poetry and Prose about Growing Up Latino
  • Stedman, Graham  —  Teens Can Make It Happen; Nine steps to success
  • Stern-LaRosa, Caryl and Ellen Hofheimer Bettmann  —  The Anti-Defamation League’s Hate Hurts How Children Learn and Unlearn Prejudice; A guide for Adults and Children
  • Sullivan, George  —  Harriet Tubman; In Their Own Words
  • Sullivan, Otha Richard  —  Black Stars; African American Inventors

T

  • ​Tan, Amy  —  The Joy Luck Club
  • Tanner, Alexander and William Ayers Ryan  —  To Teach the journey, in comics
  • Tarbescu, Edith  —  The Crow
  • Taylor, D. Garth  —  Public Opinion & Collective Action; The Boston School Desegregation Conflict
  • Tcheng, Josephine and Susan Ferguson  —  Peer Perspective
  • Teachers for Teachers and Students  —  Teacher Created Materials; Publishing
  • Teaching Tolerance Project  —  Starting Small; Teaching Tolerance in Preschool and the Early Grades
  • Thomas, Joyce Carol  —  Crowning Glory; Hair a gift wrapped ribboned curled tied
  • Thompson, Cooper; Schaefer, Emmett; and Harry Brod  —  White Men Challenging Racism: 35 Personal Stories
  • Thompson, Gail L.  —  Through Ebony Eyes; What Teachers Need to Know but are afraid to ask about African American Students
  • Thornburg, David  —  The New Basics: Education and the Future of Work in the Telematic Age
  • Torrance, E. Paul and Kathy Goff, and Neil B. Satterfield  —  Multicultural Mentoring of the Gifted and Talented
  • Toufic El Rassi  —  Arab in America
  • Ture, Kvame and Charles V. Hamilton —  Black Power; The Politics of Liberation

U-W

  • Uchida, Yoshika  —  The Invisible thread
  • United Nations Children’s Fund  —  For Every Child
  • Vigna, Judith   —  My Two Uncles
  • Villegas, Ana Maria and Tamara Lucas  —  Educating Culturally responsive Teachers; A Coherent Approach
  • Vollen, Lola and Ying, Chris  —  Voices from the Storm: The People of New Orleans on Hurricane Katrina and Its Aftermath
  • Waboose, Jan Bourdeau  —  Sky Sisters
  • Wakanyeja, Howasteya Kin  —  Voices of Children
  • Warren, Mark R.  —  Fire in The Heart; How White Activists Embrace Racial Justice
  • Watkins, William H.  —  The White Architects Of Black Education; Ideology and Power in America, 1865-1954
  • Weatherford, Carole Boston  —  Remember the Bridge: Poems of a People
  • Weatherford, Jack  —  Indian Givers; How the Indians of the americas Transformed the World
  • Wilkinson, J. Harvey  —  From Brown To Bakke; The Supreme Court and School Integration
  • Wilkinson, Philip  —  Religions; Figures, festivals, and beliefs of the world’s religions
  • Willhoite, Michael  —  Daddy’s Roommate
  • Williams, Lena  —  It’s the Little Things; Everyday Interactions that Anger. Annoy, and Divide the Races
  • ​Williams, Lena  —  It’s the Little Things; Everyday Interactions that Anger. Annoy, and Divide the Races
  • Willoughby, Brian  —  Speak Up!; Responding To everyday Bigotry
  • Wilson, Aura  —  How I Survived the Irish Famine; The Journal of Mary O’Flynn
  • Wilson, William Julius  —  The Declining Significance of Race: Blacks and Changing American Institutions
  • Wise, Tim  —  Speaking Treason Fluently, Anti-Racist Reflections From An Angry White Male
  • Wise, Tim  —  White Like Me: Reflections on Race from a Privileged Son
  • Wood, Douglas  —  Old Turtle and the Broken Truth
  • Woodson, Jacqueline  —  The Other Side

X-Z

  • Xiong, Blia  —  Nine-In-One; GRR! GRR!
  • Yamate, Sandra  —  Ashok by Any Other Name
  • Yang, Kao Kalia  —  The Latehomecomer: A Hmong Family Memoir
  • Yezierska, Anzia  —  Bread Givers; A Struggle Between a Father of the Old World and a Daughter of the New
  • Zaslavsky, Claudia  —  Africa Counts: Number and Pattern in African Culture
  • Zwerman, Gilda  —  Lives of Notable Gay Men and Lesbians: Martina Navratilova