All Community Read: Introducing Judy Heumann’s Being Heumann and Rolling Warrior | Facing History & Ourselves
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All Community Read: Introducing Judy Heumann’s Being Heumann and Rolling Warrior

In this webinar, we introduce educators to Judith Heumann’s 2021 memoir, Being Heumann, an Unrepentant Memoir of a Disability Rights Activist and the young adult version: Rolling Warrior: The Incredible, Sometimes Awkward, True Story of a Rebel Girl on Wheels Who Helped Spark a Revolution.



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Culture & Identity
Equity Education

Literature has the power to build our capacity for empathy, shared understanding, and stronger communities. Facing History selected Judith Heumann’s 2021 memoir, Being Heumann and the young adult version: Rolling Warrior, for an All Community Read. During this webinar, we introduced participants to the themes of identity, inclusion and belonging, and civic agency found in this powerful memoir. This webinar featured elements from Facing History’s Coming of Age in a Complex World collection, designed to support educators as they balance reading, writing, speaking and listening skills development with perspective-taking, ethical reflection, and cultivation of empathy in order to nurture students’ capacity for informed and engaged citizenship. 

To get discounted copies of Being Heumann or Rolling Warrior for your school or classroom, we recommend Bulk Books for print copies (minimum order 25 books) or Sora for ebooks. You can also contact Beacon Press (the publisher) or contact your local bookseller or online retailer.

Learn more about Facing History's All Community Read.

We are grateful to The Hammer Family for supporting the development of our on-demand learning and teaching resources.

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