SLJ: Writers Against Racism Series


The Brown Bookshelf’s Don Tate talks with Amy Bowllan about the impact of racism on him, his work and more in School Library Journal’s ongoing (and excellent) Writers Against Racism series.

Quotable to live by: “Were human, and were not always comfortable with what we don’t know.”

One Response to SLJ: Writers Against Racism Series

  1. Racism played a large role in my path to become an artist. In many ways my talents were nurtured early on by it. So I definitely understand and can relate to how much it affects us as a community. So, Bravo to Mr. Tate for telling his story and how he was able to overcome those obstacles to become an inspiration for other African American artist’s like myself.


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