Document Type

Student Paper

Publication Date

Fall 12-7-2020


Child Psychology | History | Psychology

Description, Abstract, or Artist's Statement

The relationship between the racial content displayed in children's books and the development of relationships between blacks and whites has consistently been one that has been overlooked. The purpose of this article is to address the correlation between the two topics while also explaining how racial propaganda in children's books has affected the psychology of those in the relationship. Children's books are key components of everyone's childhood and understanding how they have impacted how we think and behave in relationships with the other race is the key topic highlighted in this article. Not only do you get a perspective into why these relations form, but you also get some insight into how this is possible in terms of psychology.