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Kids, Books, and Anti-Racism Series: How is literacy a social justice issue?

Check out this Vlog from Cornelius Minor, exploring the connection between literacy and social justice.

During our Summer Literacy Institute from July 12-15, Cornelius and Kass Minor will further explore your role as a literacy educator in enacting change through the lens of anti-racism, kids, and books. Participants will leave this live institute with concrete ways to think about how to connect reading to students’ lives, communities, and aspirations. Learn more and register here!

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