English Professor Eric Gansworth’s novel Give Me Some Truth is one of the 12 best books recently recognized by high school educators, nationwide, for tackling the subject of racial injustice and helping to continue the discussion around racial injustice in school and in life.
The list was compiled by PBS NewsHour, which asked teachers from different parts of the country to share their favorite contemporary books that address the ways in which racism affects different marginalized groups in the United States.
Gansworth’s Give Me Some Truth was recognized for its Native American characters, who are often underrepresented in many high school literature classes.
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Submitted by: College Communications