Resources: 2013

BOOK DISCUSSION AND EVENT RESOURCES

Use this printable Book Discussion Guide as you and your group read and discuss the book.

Printable Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti Reads Posters to advertise your events.

Author Michelle Alexander's biography and the The New Jim Crow website.

Eastern Michigan University Library 2013 Reads Research Guide

You can find copies of The New Jim Crow at the Ann Arbor District Library, the Ypsilanti District Library and in area bookstores.

Ann Arbor District catalog

Ypsilanti District Library Catalog

BIBLIOGRAPHIES
Youth Reading List - Created by the Ann Arbor District Library and the Ypsilanti District Library

Understanding Race : A Selected Bibliography

OTHER COMMUNITY RESOURCES
Check out the Understanding RACE Project which engages three overlapping audiences in an exploration of race, using the upcoming tour of RACE: Are We So Different?, a dynamic exhibition coming to the University of Michigan Museum of Natural History from February 9 through May 27, 2013.

The University of Michigan's campus-wide Understanding Race Theme Semester is centered in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts (LSA). Review the LSA Theme Semester Events.

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2013_Understanding_Race_Bibliography_Final.doc47.5 KB
Book_Disc.pdf825.29 KB
Youth Reading List.pdf248.81 KB
NJC Discussion Questions Final.doc35.5 KB
Book_Poster_1.pdf808.61 KB
Book_Poster_2.pdf808.73 KB
Printable Discussion Guide.pdf1.71 MB