Ranya Tabari Idliby’s memoir tells the story of how she teaches her children what it means to be Muslim in a white man’s world and how to remain religious while living in a society in which they are rejected.
Bestselling author Anita Diamant follows Addie Baum, the daughter of Jewish immigrants, in the hyper-sexualized world of being a teenager in the United States. Addie learns what it means to be a Jewish woman in a world turned against her.
This novel, written by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, traces the life of Ifemelu, a Nigerian woman who comes to America to attend university. She learns there what it means to be a black person in a racist society.
Alison Gervais traces the life of Maya Harris, a deaf girl, as she adjusts to being in a hearing school for her senior year. She soon learns the disparity between the deaf community and those not a part of it.
N. Scott Momaday’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel displays the nature of systemic discrimination against indigenous people through the story of Abel, a soldier returning to New Mexico after fighting in WWII.
Award-winning author Sharon G. Flake tells the story of Autumn, who struggles with a learning disability, and wheelchair-bound Adonis. The two discover that their weaknesses can become vital assets that will change their lives for the better.