Meet Zetta Elliott: PhD, educator and feminist writer. She’s won several awards for her books for young readers. A tireless advocate for greater diversity and equity in publishing, Zetta says, “I write predominantly about black children because I grew up believing I was invisible in the real world, and it hurt just as much to discover that I was also invisible in the realm of the imaginary.” This conversation is important and eye-opening.
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