Anti-Racism Resources for Teens

Part of our commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion here at the Petoskey District Library is sharing resources with patrons so they can learn and understand points of view that may differ from their own. To that end, Teen Services staff has compiled some resources that we will share here and that we will periodically update as needed.

What is Anti-Racism?

NPR.org: ‘Not Racist’ Is Not Enough: Putting in the Work to be Anti-Racist

Books that the PDL Teen Services recommend: Stamped: Racism, Anti-Racism, and You by Jason Reynolds and Dr. Ibram X. Kendi and This Book is Anti-Racist by Tiffany Jewell.

Microaggressions

Allyship

8 Ways to be a (Better) Ally

Meet Your Book Match!

Teens and tweens!

Are you stuck, trying to figure out your next read? Then you have come to the right spot!

Let us help you out! Click here to get started! This simple form will help us pick out your next read!

For more information, contact Nisa Kesseler at 231-758-3148 or email nkesseler@petoskeylibrary.org

MI Library Quest: Summer Animal Adventure

MiLibraryQuest logo with koalas, an open book, and the text #MiLibraryQuest2021

“You find a bird with a bright blue neck and a large bony casque on its head.”

 

Teens and tweens! Be on the lookout this summer for exotic, endangered, and strange animals! This summer, become a Michigan Wildlife expert by finding and recording various different animals throughout our great state! Click on the image to learn more!