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Veteran classroom teacher and Korean American transracial adoptee, Meredith Seung Mee Buse has been featured in The New York Times and The Philadelphia Inquirer, recognized with a Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching and learned innumerable lessons from her students. On her blog,, Meredith grapples with her identity as a transracial adoptee and showcases her ...continue reading "Searching for Adoptee Voices in Picture Books: The Single Story We Have and the Many Stories We Need"

It's that time of year again; when we're all searching for the best gifts for all our friends and loved ones. Well, we might be a little biased, but here at Diverse BookFinder, we think that books make the very best gifts and if you agree with us, then we've got you covered! We've offered ...continue reading "Diverse BookFinder Winter Gift Guide"

Dr. Katrina Phillips was born and raised in northern Wisconsin, and is a proud citizen of the Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Ojibwe. Currently, she is an Associate Professor of History with a focus on Native history and the history of the American West at Macalester College. In addition to being the author of ...continue reading "“I hope the people who read the book are inspired by these women.” An Author Interview with Dr. Katrina Phillips"

Evangeline Giaconia (she/her) is a master's student in museum studies at the University of Florida. Her research pertains to ethical considerations in the use and distribution of Indigenous oral histories. She is also an avid reader and writer of young adult literature. To learn more about her research, check out her website on archival ethics ...continue reading "Choosing (Not) to Share: Indigenous Knowledge Sharing in Darcie Little Badger’s “A Snake Falls to Earth” "
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