Historical Fiction to Supplement Hidden Figures

Posted by Natalie Steele on January 11, 2021

Why Historical Fiction?

One challenge when studying the history of marginalized peoples is often the histories of these groups have a limited amount of primary source materials available for research to draw from compared to the prolific amount of Eurocentric sources. In your search to find primary sources that help students to connect to the humanity of those held in bondage in an inhumane system, you may encounter many barriers, like language, accessing the actual resource because it's no longer in print and/or digital versions are not available, and/or the only copy available is far away with limited access. 

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Topics: Books, English Language Arts, Reading, English Classroom, English, Reading List, black history

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