10 of the Most Banned Books (And What We Can Learn From Them)

Stamped: Racism, Antisemitism, and You, by Jason Reynolds and Abram x Candy (2020)

Stamped: Racism, Antisemitism, and You

Stamped: Racism, Antisemitism, and You 2016’s “For the Kids” Remix stamped from the beginning, one of the books at the center of the controversy over the “Critical Race Theory”. It is Ted Cruz’s book that was held up at Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson’s confirmation hearing in April 2022 as she questioned him about his view of the “critical race theory”.

Viewing racism as a systemic issue as opposed to the result of individual bigotry presents some people (mainly racists) with an ideological problem. If this is accepted, then there is no other way than to repair the system itself. Because the arguments in favor of the existence of systemic racism are all indisputable, what remains is exhausting the discussion itself, so few people “find out.” Of course, it’s easiest to start with the kids, hence this restriction.

what can we learn: One of the reasons this book stands out is that it is very effective and kids love it. As aAuthor Reynolds has said, Their goal was to “figure out how to make it a really complex thing and make it feel like a new pair of Jordans.” In a way, someone trying to censor your book is the highest compliment; It means you have reached them.

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