Human Rights

These 8 LGBTQ-positive books impart lessons about diversity and acceptance

A person holds a rainbow flag in front of the the Berlin Victory Column during the annual Gay Pride parade, also called Christopher Street Day parade (CSD), in Berlin, Germany July 28, 2018. REUTERS/Axel Schmidt - HP1EE7S197BO2

Picture books are a great way to approach conversations about diverse gender and sexual identities with young children. Image: REUTERS/Axel Schmidt

Pamela Malins
Assistant Professor, University of New Brunswick and Instructor, Western University
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