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In this Coretta Scott King Honor Award-winning novel, two teens--one black, one white--grapple with the repercussions of a single violent act that leaves their school, their community, and, ultimately, the country bitterly divided by racial tension.
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This guide is designed to be a starting point for research on antiracism, with a focus on resources made available by FDU Libraries. It is by no means comprehensive, and we will be adding to both this guide and our collection overtime. If you would like to suggest a resource - whether it be a website, book, organization, or article - please do so by filling out the form below.
This guide is designed to aid students in WRIT1002: Rhetoric & Inquiry conduct research based on their reading of March: Book One by John Lewis, Andrew Aydin, and Nate Powell. It is broken down into suggested library databases, open educational resources on the Civil Rights Movement, and it also links out our guide on Antiracism for some more contemporary resources for social justice.