REAL JUSTICE: Jailed for Life for Being Black: the story of Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter told you teen readers. Listed by School Library Journal In the Margins.
REAL JUSTICE: Convicted for Being Mi'kmaq: the story of Donald Marshall, Jr. A Canadian aboriginal, Marshall, 17, was unjustly convicted of the stabbing death of a Black friend. His exoneration uncovers systemic racism.
REAL JUSTICE: Fourteen and Sentenced to Death: the story of Steven Truscott. In 1959, instead of starting Grade 8, Steven was on trial for his life. Tried as an adult, he was convicted of the rape and murder of a classmate and sentenced to hang. It took him 47 years to clear his name. Winner Ontario Library Association Red Maple Award 2013; nominated for Norma Fleck Award for Children's Non-fiction 2013.