How To Fight Racism Young Reader's Edition

Jemar Tisby
Take a stand for justice.

Help kids develop and maintain an anti-racist mindset to continue making a positive difference in the world!

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Move beyond discussion.

Racism and social justice are important topics kids are dealing with today. Dr. Jemar Tisby helps kids understand how everyday prejudice affects them and what they can do to create social change. Inside, he explains the history of racism in America and why it is so prevalent, as well as uses Christian principles to provide practical tools and advice kids can use to develop and maintain an anti-racist mindset and make a positive difference in the world.

WHAT Kids Will Discover
Framework for Action

Discover an array of actionable items to confront racism in relationships and everyday life through a simple framework—the A.R.C. Of Racial Justice—that helps readers consistently interrogate their own actions and maintain a consistent posture of anti-racist action.

Suggestions and Examples

Hands-on suggestions and real-world examples of change they can put into action.

How to Confront Racism

Practical ideas for confronting racism in their everyday lives, and how they can use Christian values to change the narrative around race.


Ways to evaluate their actions and promote biblical principles.

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What people are saying about How to Fight Racism Young Reader's Edition

In How to Fight Racism Young Readers Edition, Jemar Tisby provides a much-needed resource to help young people understand the injustice of racism, how to identify signs of racism, and how to practically fight against racism. This book will help you to discover how you can be the change you want to see in this world.”Christine CaineFounder, A21 & Propel Women
How to Fight Racism Young Reader's Edition is an honest but refreshing look at the ugly aspects of American history that have divided us, but it also gives us the themes that unite us. Dr. Tisby takes time to not only give history, he includes encouraging stories of those from the past who've bravely united us.”BJ ThompsonExecutive Director, Build A Better Us
In a world constantly asking us to choose 'biblical principles' over 'wokeness,' How to Fight Racism Young Reader's Edition reminds us the very measure of faith in action is how it responds to the word's injustices. This book offers language, tools, framing, and important historical perspective not often taught in schools. It is a must read for today's students and tomorrow's leaders.”Nelba Marquez-GreenLicensed marriage & family therapist, founder, This Grieving Life & the Ana Grace Project
Jemar Tisby has created essential reading for any young person asking, 'Yeah, but what can I do?' In a compelling way, he invites us around his table--a table big enough for all of our questions, curiosities, and fears--and guides us with vivid storytelling and practical steps. As a parent, I'm thrilled for this resource in the continual work of bending our universe toward understanding, equity, and justice.”Bethany Anne Lindactor in Ozark, Doom Patrol, Reprisal, & Stranger Things
Our children need to learn the truth about the history of race in America. This powerful book will inspire young minds to pursue compassion, knowledge, and the necessary work of racial justice in their lives of faith.”Kate BowlerDuke professor & New York Times bestselling author of Everything Happens for a Reason (and Other Lies I’ve Loved) & Blessed: A History of the American Prosperity Gospel
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About Jemar Tisby

Dr. Jemar Tisby is the founder of The Witness, Inc., an organization training the next generation of Black Christian leaders. He is also the cohost of the Pass the Mic podcast and the author of the New York Times bestseller The Color of Compromise: The Truth About the American Church’s Complicity in Racism and more recently, How to Fight Racism: Courageous Christianity and the Journey Towards Racial Justice, both published by Zondervan. He has spoken nationwide at conferences, and his writing has been featured by the Washington Post, CNN, and The Atlantic. Tisby received his PhD in history at the University of Mississippi studying race, religion, and social movements in the twentieth century.