A teenager navigating a troubled home, an uninspiring school, and a world turned upside down by a virus looks for a creative outlet to express herself. She finds inspiration in public art, but finds herself in the margins once again. What does beauty mean in public spaces?
Gabe Faces Ignorance
When Gabe unintentionally hurts his friend Sofia, he has no idea what he did wrong. It turns out he doesn’t know everything about her, and that his actions have unforeseen consequences. Sofia cleverly directs a conversation they have with her dad to lead Gabe toward a new understanding of their relationship and of his role in promoting bias.
Library of Congress Control Number: 2020904188
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