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IASL Annual Conference Proceedings
How we teach youth about social justice issues, and promote diversity in books, is crucial to supporting global citizenship and building cultural empathy. This research posits that graphic novels are useful tools to teach social justice topics given the duality of text and illustrations and the focus of diversity and social justice issues of many graphic novel titles. Using a critical content analysis approach, researchers examine examples of graphic novels giving marginalized communities adoi:10.29173/iasl7403 fatcat:mxn6dcjcffg6hcnuupvfrbrfia