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First Book and Pizza Hut’s Empowering Educators program is a series of free resources designed to support educators in helping their students engage in effective, courageous conversations about race and social justice. We invite you–whether you’re an educator, parent, or concerned citizen–to explore the Guidebook on Race & Racism and our digital series. Make yourself a little uncomfortable this Civic Season, and use these resources to help you have important conversations with peers and young people about race and racism.

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