By Margery Hourihan
while lots of those tales outline non-white, non-European humans as inferior, and girls as marginal or incapable, we should always be anxious approximately what they're instructing our kids to imagine. Margery Hourihan indicates how educating teenagers to learn books severely will help to avoid the institution of adverse attitudes, discourage aggression and advertise values of emotion and creativity.
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