What happens when children's books fail to confront the complexity of slavery? | Curio

What happens when children's books fail to confront the complexity of slavery?

7 mins | May 28, 2017

Keeping ourselves and others honest about slavery in American history and beyond is constant work. Culinary historian and blogger at Afroculinaria Michael W. Twitty, writes in the Guardian that we need literature that wrestles with the evils of slavery while confronting its complexity – especially when it’s written for children.

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From The Guardian