We Are Not Yet Equal: Win a copy of this book about racism for teens
Carol Anderson's book is a powerful, essential anti-racist title for young readers - and we're giving away three copies.
It is so important that we help young people to recognise racism and prejudice - and we're giving you the chance to win a book that does just that.
Based on her adult bestseller White Rage, Carol Anderson's We Are Not Yet Equal - written with Tonya Bolden - explores how the advances made by Black people have been thwarted by racist actions.
Alongside explorations of milestones such as the Civil Rights Act, the Brown vs Board of Education decision and the election of President Obama, young readers can find out about the responses in law, politics and society which continued the discrimination against Black people.
The book also includes extra context and resources specifically for teenagers, as well as photographs and archive material, making it essential anti-racist reading.
We have three copies of We Are Not Yet Equal to give away, so to be in with a chance of winning, simply answer the question below and leave your details before the closing date of 11pm on Thursday, 22 October.
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