By Sheila Modir & Jeff Kashou
Zahra sees the world in vivid colour. When she’s happy, she feels a razzle-dazzle pink in her hands. when she’s sad, she feels a deep blue behind her eyes. But she isn’t quite sure how to feel about the clour of her skin. Kids at school tell her she is different, but her mother tells her to be proud! from a diverse team and based on extensive reseach, the proudest colour is a timely, sensitive introduction of race, racism, and racial pride.