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African and African American Images in Newbery Award Winning Titles: Progress in Portrayals

by Binnie Tate Wilkin, Scarecrow Press, 2009.


Reviews Newbery Award-winning books with emphasis on how African-Americans are portrayed over time. Lesley Sherrill Library Teaching Resources Collection: TRC PN1009.5.A47 W55 2009


The Teaching Resources Center (TRC)
Lesley Sherrill Library - Lower Level
Teaching Resources Center 

- Multicultural literature for children and youth

- K-12 diversity activities and resources

- Puppets, musical instruments, songs, games, curriculum guides

- See examples on this page.  

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Adaptive Equipment for Dolls With Disabilities

Adaptive Equipment for Dolls With Disabilities [model]. Lakeshore Learning Materials. TRC X HV3011 .A32 1994 - Lesley Sherrill TRC 



CoverCootie Shots: Theatrical Inoculations Against Bigotry for Kids, Parents, and Teachers: Plays, Poems & Songs - Norma Bowels, Ed.   [TRC] PS625.5 .C66 2001 - Lesley Sherrill TRC 





Cultural DiversityCultural Diversity: Conflicts and Challenges: The Ultimate Teen Guide. - Kathlyn Gay. Scarecrow Press. Juv HM1271 .G39 2003 - Lesley Sherrill Juvenile Non-Fiction




  Islamic Civilization and the Arts [guide, images, music and a map].  

Coverby Stephanie Lamb with contributions from Waka Takahashi Brown. Standford, CA: Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education (SPICE), 2003. TRC BP190.5.A7 I82 2003 - Lesley Sherrill TRC




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FEATURED VIDEOS on DVD at Sherrill Library

That's A Family

That's a Family

 A poignant, funny, and crucial documentary in which children were asked what they would like other kids to know about their diverse family structures.

Reserve the DVD at Sherrill Library - 617-349-8850


It's Elementary: Talking About Gay Issues in School

It's Elementary

 This ground- breaking documentary has inspired thousands of schools to pro-actively address anti-gay prejudice by incorporating age-appropriate lessons into K-12 curricula.

Reserve the DVD at Sherrill LIbrary - 617-349-8850


Let's Get Real

An in-depth look at name-calling and bullying in middle schools today, told entirely from a youth perspective.

Reserve the DVD at Sherrill Library - 617-349-8850


More Multicultural Videos


Boston Black: A City Connects
at the
Boston Children's Museum

child playing steel drum

This exhibition is a dialogue about race, ethnicity, identity, and community -- designed to highlight the diversity within Boston’s Black community, share the significant history of Black people in the city, and stimulate new ways for families to talk about race and identity.



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