Debra Darvick's Writings
Torah at the Center
Who knew writing a children’s picture book celebrating Jewish diversity would expose prejudice, enmesh me in debate, and provoke a discussion about what gay people look like? I wrote I love Jewish faceswith two goals: validation and consciousness-raising. I wanted Jewish children of color to see themselves in the pages of their Jewish books. I wanted African...
Debra Darvick’s loves: •Speaking French, the language of her birthplace. •The impervious rusty color of Georgia red clay; the white lace of dogwood blossoms against a blue spring sky; drifts of pink azalea; all of which surrounded her in her youth. •Having...
Causes Debra Darvick Supports