Wednesday Reading List: Europe Honors Black American Artists and More!

I'm co-hosting an event all day today, so I'm posting an abbreviated Reading List this morning.

It's cool, I'll do a really good one tomorrow, I promise!

Terrance Thomas, writing at The Huffington Post, realizes that his White neighbors from childhood might not have been real friends.

Timothy Pratt at The Hechinger Report looks at a new Tennessee program, designed to attract more Latino teachers to the profession.

Paul Beatty won the Man Booker Prize for his wonderful, hilarious book, The Sellout, which everyone should read. Lynn Neary at NPR has the story.

The Root has pictures of Kehinde Wiley's new stained-glass installation in Paris.

Finally, Anemona Hartocollis of The New York Times launched a new series about high school students in Kansas. Check it out!