Young people speak about being identified as part of an ethnic minority in the United States
Fourteen young Black, Jewish, and Latino authors provide a provocatively open and honest look into their lives. Their stories represent what have been secret worlds for those from other groups, and much of what they say is often unspoken even among their peers. They speak of the support, confidence, and pride of being an identified member of an ethnic group, and they speak of the powerful hurts of racism.
These deeply personal autobiographies give an eye-opening glimpse of their lives and thoughts as members of racial and ethnic minority groups.