Juvenile Probation Officer Inspiring Kids of All Facets to Foster Their Imagination and Travel
"L.L. Leatutufu releases her first book for Black and Indigenous Children "Ehsan Goes To Paris''
"I want to normalize Black children exploring and traveling abroad. There are not enough fun children's books with Black males as the main protagonist. I am raising a Black and Sāmoan son; It was imperative that I be the person to write the book I wanted to see on the bookshelves." Said Leatutufu.
Working as a Juvenile Probation Officer, she noticed it wasn't just Black and Indigenous children who needed a perspective on traveling but those children who never received an opportunity to leave the city or town they reside in, causing them to be a part of dismantled broken systems.
Leatutufu didn't just want to be the change on the clock, but be the change off the clock by exposing children to a world outside of the radius they are familiar with; even if it's only through her books. She believes her stories celebrate and represent Black children as well as foster their imagination. Through her book series, she wants to normalize stories and imagery of Black children/families traveling and exploring the world. Ehsan Goes To Paris can be purchased on Amazon and through Amazon Prime.
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More About L.L. Leatutufu
L.L Leatutufu earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice from San Francisco State University and is currently completing her Master of Public Administration degree from California State University, East Bay. She considers her son to be her master teacher. She is the Founder and CEO of Urban Practitioner, LLC. She offers Sound Bath Meditations—
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