|We Have a Dream: Meet 30 Young Indigenous People and People of Color Protecting the Planet|
Written by Dr. Mya-Rose Craig; Illustrated by Sabrina Khadija
All too frequently, the voices of the people whose lives have been adversely affected by climate change are underrepresented in the environmental movement. Environmentalist and race activist, Dr. Mya-Rose Craig, is working to change that. In, We Have a Dream, readers meet 30 Indigenous people and people of color from all over the world who work to address the affects climate change is bringing to their communities.
Each entry includes the persons’ ethnicity, when they were born, and what started their path to activism, how the changing climate is affecting their home, and the dream they hope to accomplish. The second part of the two-page spread is a drawing done digitally by Sabrina Khadija, a Sierra Leonean American illustrator. Khadija illustrations are bright, colorful, simple drawings shows smiling individuals.
From water conservation, deforestation to indigenous rights, these powerful voices share their dream…
A dream for climate justice.
A dream for a healthy planet.
A dream for a fairer world, for all.
These young advocates are an inspiration. Their passion and commitment will resonate with readers who, like them, are looking for ways to make the world a better place for all. Let’s hope their voices will continue to be heard.
Click here to watch a 6-minute video of Dr. Craig speaking about this important book.
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