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- Download a Representation of Hair in Children's Books Resource Guide (PDF).
- Article by Natasha Tarpley, author of I Love My Hair! : Why Do Kids' Books About Black Hair Draw So Much Attention — and Controversy?
- In November, 2019, Teaching for Change offered a workshop on Hair Representation in Children's Literature at the National African American Museum of History and Culture.