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Writers Against Racism: Frances Kai-Hwa Wang

I saw this photograph of these adorable children in Frances Kai-Hwa Wan’s article, “Adventures in Multicultural Living–Reading, sharing, curating and subverting books to expand the definition of normal,” and immdeiately wanted to include it in my Get Caught Reading An Author of Color’s Book project. While it was taken a few months ago, it certainly serves the purpose.  ccccc Writers Against Racism: Frances Kai Hwa Wang
 From left to right…
 
Archer’s Quest by Linda Sue Park
Stealing Buddah’s Dinner by Bich Minh Nguyen
When My Name Was Keoko by Linda Sue Park
Thanks, Frances! We now have 91 to go!!!

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