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Black Lives Matter Book of the Week

Posted on: May 14, 2021

Tell Me Who You Are: Sharing our Stories of Race, Culture, and Identity

Tell Me Who You Are

by Winona Guo and Priya Vulchi

Tell Me Who You Are is a wonderful collection of stories gathered by two teens on their gap year before college. They traveled around the country and asked people how race, culture, and intersectionality had impacted their lives. This hefty 400 page book with beautiful photographs is the result. With 150 interviews included, it's such a cool look at random cross-sections of the country and I love the diversity of voices that it brings to light. Authors Guo and Vulchi did an amazing job and adeptly bring their curiosity and empathy to the conversation. They make me hopeful that younger generations are going to do such a better job at building a more equitable world than we have thus far.

See the Jones Library Antiracism Book List for recommended titles for all ages.

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