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7 Results
Fade to black —Flinn, Alex.

An HIV-positive high school student hospitalized after being attacked, the bigot accused of the crime, and the only witness, a classmate with Down Syndrome, reveal how the assult has changed their lives as they tell of i...

American as paneer pie —Kelkar, Supriya, 1980- author.

When a racist incident rocks her small Michigan town, eleven-year-old Lekha must decide whether to speak up or stay silent, even as she struggles to navigate her life at home, where she can be herself, and at school, whe...

Flying over water —Hitchcock, Shannon, author.

Twelve-year-old Noura and her family, fleeing war in Syria, have been granted asylum in the United States, but they arrive in Florida to the chaos of the president's Muslim ban; twelve-year-old Jordyn is a member of the ...

Draw the line —Linn, Laurent, author.

"A teen boy survives a hate crime against another gay student through his art"-- Provided by publisher.

Speed —Bennett, Cherie.

Teenage Clark Kent secretly uses his super powers to find the perpetrator of several racial hate crimes in Smallville.

Fire. —Cooney, Caroline B.

Only eighteen days. Then it will be summer vacation and the Shevvingtons will leave town, forever. At last Christina will be safe from evil. If she survives. Because before they go, the Shevvingtons are determined to des...

Response —Volponi, Paul.

When an African American high school student is beaten with a baseball bat in a white neighborhood, three boys are charged with a hate crime.