Colorblind : a story of racism
by
 
Harris, Johnathan, author.

Title
Colorblind : a story of racism

Author
Harris, Johnathan, author.
 
Hudson, Don (Illustrator), artist.
 
Leach, Garry, artist.
 
Kamaputra, Fahriza, colourist.
 
Smith, Tyler (Student), letterer.

Series
ZuikerPress.

Summary
"When Johnathan Harris was just eight years old, he and his brothers were roughed up and handcuffed by police officers. The experience left young Johnathan full of anger, suspicion, and hatred. As Johnathan tells us in Colorblind, his family--especially his incarcerated uncle--helped him overcome his own prejudices by teaching him about great leaders in African American culture--Martin Luther King, Nelson Mandela, and Jackie Robinson. Only by following their examples could he at last truly break free of the restraints o racism. His story is one of hope and optimism that all, young and old, should read."-- Page [4] of cover.

General Note
Includes an excerpt of Imperfect by Dounya Awada (pages 87-95).

Physical Description
95 pages : chiefly color illustrations ; 22 cm

Genre
Autobiographical comics.
 
Nonfiction comics.
 
Comics (Graphic works)

Personal Subject
Harris, Johnathan-Comic books, strips, etc.

Subject Term
African Americans -- Biography -- Comic books, strips, etc.
 
Racism -- Comic books, strips, etc.
 
Discrimination in law enforcement -- Comic books, strips, etc.
 
Police brutality -- Comic books, strips, etc.

Geographic Term
Long Beach (Calif.) -- Comic books, strips, etc.

Author(s)
Hudson, Don (Illustrator),
 
Leach, Garry,
 
Kamaputra, Fahriza,
 
Smith, Tyler (Student),

Publisher
Zuiker Press,

Publication Date
2019

ISBN
9781947378124

Publication Information
Los Angeles : Zuiker Press, [2019]
 
©2019

Call Number
YA ZUIKERPRESS


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