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This Book Is Anti-Racist Journal: Over 50 Activities to Help You Wake Up, Take Action, and Do The Work (Empower the Future) (Diary)
An official companion to the #1 New York Times bestseller, this guided journal contains more than 50 activities to support your anti-racism journey.
In This Book Is Anti-Racist, Tiffany Jewell and Aurélia Durand gave us an essential volume to understand anti-racism. Now, in the journal companion, understand your anti-racist self and dive further into the work. Within the vibrantly illustrated pages, you will find some familiar information along with new reflections and prompts to go deeper.
This anti-racist toolkit gives you space to learn and grow through activities centered around identity, history, family, your universe, disruption, self-care, privilege, art, expression, and much more, including:
Create a map of you by drawing, collaging, sticking, and painting your many and favorite social and personal identities
Discover how diverse your universe is by writing down the races and ethnicities of the people in your life
Design your own buttons that share your beliefs, values, and what you stand for
Write a letter to your future self to share your dreams and how you are growing into your anti-racism
Make a plan and be ready for scenarios when you are confronted by racist comments, actions, and policies
Brainstorm your anti-racist vision of what our communities will look like without racism and how we can get there
“Continue to stay awake, start taking action, and always lean into the work of disrupting racism. Together, we can abolish the system that continues to misuse and abuse power and collectively work for anti-racism.” —Tiffany Jewell
About the Author
Tiffany Jewell, author of the #1 New York Times bestseller This Book Is Anti-Racist, is a Black biracial writer and Anti-Racist Montessori educator and consultant. She spends her time baking bread and macarons, building LEGOS, watching British detective shows, and dreaming up how she can dismantle white supremacy. Tiffany currently lives in Western Massachusetts (on the occupied land of the Wabanaki and the Nipmuck) with her two young activists, her partner, and a turtle she's had since she was nine. Find her on instagram: @tiffanymjewell.
Aurélia Durand is a French graphic artist. Her work, which includes the illustrations for the #1 New York Times bestseller This Book Is Anti-Racist, is a vivid celebration of diversity; she dedicates her artistic voice to matters involving representation. Aurélia represents Afro-descendants as joyful, proud, and empowered — a united community whose destinies are intertwined. These colorful personalities present the unified voice of a global community whose hopes, dreams, and desires envision an inclusive future for all. Her work has been featured in advertising campaigns, galleries, and editorial magazines; her clients include Nike, The New Yorker, Facebook, and more. Find her on Instagram: @4ur3lia.
"Anti-racism is a lifelong journey, and this journal filled with guiding questions is perfect for readers who feel compelled to work, but haven’t fully crystallized their feelings and passions yet." - The Tiny Activist
"This journal gives children (and adults) tools to learn about identity, privilege, history, family, and much more. Through a range of activities, you can plan for future scenarios where you may come across racism and how you will handle it. A brilliant book for older children, teenagers and adults, it would be great for use in schools too!” - Diverse Kids Books Blog
"Beautifully designed, this is a well-written journal that will be a step in helping readers move toward an anti-racist life." - Imagination Soup
"This journal is anti-racist and every kid needs one. The official companion to This Book Is Anti-Racist, the journal is adorned with beautifully illustrated pages that provide space for young readers to grow and learn." - Karly Wood, Red Tricycle