Throwback Thursday: Malaika Rose Stanley

Since Malaika Rose Stanley was first featured here in 2013, she has released a memoir, LOOSE CONNECTIONS, and another children’s book, WHILE I AM SLEEPING. The former teacher also compiled a list of books featuring multiracial families, and wrote about her decision to create that resource here. Malaika Rose Stanley’s work offers a glimpse into a window of the global Black experience, and as a child of immigrants, living in the U.S., I especially value her voice in the world of children’s literature.

Malaika Rose Stanley was born in Birmingham – Britain’s ‘second city’ – and now lives in the capital, London. She has been a teacher in Zambia, Uganda, Germany and Switzerland, as well as the UK – and at all levels of education including supporting autistic children in primary schools, teaching adult language, literacy, numeracy and creative writing, one-to-one tutoring, conflict resolution and teacher…

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