The Color of Christ: The Son of God and the Saga of Race in America. They have put together a website of videos, classroom materials, and excerpts from the book. As part of the website, you can tell your own story about Jesus. Here is a taste of a story from Benjamin Polk, a self-described "Jesus collector":
I am a Jesus collector. More specifically, I collect Jesus action
figures. Don’t worry, my Jesi (I prefer the Latin plural) are not
sacrilegious. There is no Jesus with kung-fu punching action (what demon
could deny a solid chop from the Living Word) or who changes from lowly
carpenter to Transfigured Lord of All (surely a reversible head would
suffice). No, these Jesi are advertised as providing children
everywhere with the privilege of playing with the Christ rather than
some hippie mutant amphibian, militant robot, or creepy baby doll. Most
Jesi come with fishes and loaves as accessories, so children can have a
tea party (or at least a satisfying lunch) with their savior right out
of the box.
Expect a review of The Color of Christ at The Way of Improvement Leads Home soon.