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“Words are powerful,” Grandma told Justice. “They can be used in powerful ways to do good or to do harm. That’s why it’s important to always be careful with your words.” Justice has grown up witnessing the many ways her grandma serves the community. She wants to make a difference in the world, too, but how? Isn’t she too young? Through conversations with her grandma and “Words are powerful,” Grandma told Justice. “They can be used in powerful ways to do good or to do harm. That’s why it’s important to always be careful with your words.” Justice has grown up witnessing the many ways her grandma serves the community. She wants to make a difference in the world, too, but how? Isn’t she too young? Through conversations with her grandma and their shared love of books, Justice learns about important women and men throughout history who changed the world: Ella Baker, Shirley Chisholm, Charles Hamilton Houston, Dr. Wangari Maathai, Paul Robeson, and Ida B. Wells. Justice learns how each leader was a champion for advancing justice and improving the world, and she dreams of becoming a change maker, too—“Miss Freedom Fighter, Esquire,” a superhero with a law degree and an afro! Written by Dr. Artika Tyner and Jacklyn Milton, passionate educators and community advocates, Justice Makes a Difference is the inspiring story of one little girl’s realization that her name is her destiny.


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“Words are powerful,” Grandma told Justice. “They can be used in powerful ways to do good or to do harm. That’s why it’s important to always be careful with your words.” Justice has grown up witnessing the many ways her grandma serves the community. She wants to make a difference in the world, too, but how? Isn’t she too young? Through conversations with her grandma and “Words are powerful,” Grandma told Justice. “They can be used in powerful ways to do good or to do harm. That’s why it’s important to always be careful with your words.” Justice has grown up witnessing the many ways her grandma serves the community. She wants to make a difference in the world, too, but how? Isn’t she too young? Through conversations with her grandma and their shared love of books, Justice learns about important women and men throughout history who changed the world: Ella Baker, Shirley Chisholm, Charles Hamilton Houston, Dr. Wangari Maathai, Paul Robeson, and Ida B. Wells. Justice learns how each leader was a champion for advancing justice and improving the world, and she dreams of becoming a change maker, too—“Miss Freedom Fighter, Esquire,” a superhero with a law degree and an afro! Written by Dr. Artika Tyner and Jacklyn Milton, passionate educators and community advocates, Justice Makes a Difference is the inspiring story of one little girl’s realization that her name is her destiny.

37 review for Justice Makes a Difference: The Story of Miss Freedom Fighter, Esquire

  1. 4 out of 5

    Michael

    Enlightening and entertaining Enlightening, thought provoking, and entertaining. Any young child would benefit by reading it. Includes references to historical figures that advanced the cause of desegregation.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Taylor

    I found myself with tears in my eyes while reading this book. Something about a young Black girl learning about the people who came, and fought, before her made me very emotional. I love that the story is told between a grandmother and granddaughter as well.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Mary Harmon

    The beautiful story of a young girl named Justice who, with the help of her grandmother and her books learns she can make a difference.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Shari

    While it was well-intentioned, I can't imagine any child enjoying this book. While it was well-intentioned, I can't imagine any child enjoying this book.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Kimberly

    Great book We enjoyed learning along its Justice about all these important people who helped make a difference in our world. Very inspiring!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jane

    Think of this book as a catalyst for conversations among adults and children of all races. Justice's grandmother helps her understand the meaning of her name, introduces role models that provide concrete examples of leadership, and encourages her to try leading in different ways. Think of this book as a catalyst for conversations among adults and children of all races. Justice's grandmother helps her understand the meaning of her name, introduces role models that provide concrete examples of leadership, and encourages her to try leading in different ways.

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