In observance of Read Across America Day, DeSoto ISD held an African American Read-In with “the grandmother of Juneteenth”, Dr. Opal Lee, and all district second-grade students in the DeSoto […]
Why We Need Diverse Books in Schools
By Maya Pottiger Originally appeared in Word in Black Books banned nationwide are most likely to have LGBTQ+ content, characters of color, and themes of race, racism, rights, or activism. […]
America’s Largest Diverse Book Publisher Shares the Reads You Need
By Maya Pottiger Originally appeared in Word in Black When it comes to selecting books for yourself or others, it can be hard to choose — let alone to know […]
‘Reading for Our Lives’ Provides Parents with Information, Equip Children with Fundamentals To Ensure Reading Viability
By Tyler Carter Over the years, we have seen technology take leaps and bounds in the advancement of our society, making things more efficient and less troublesome. While technology has […]
You’ve Been Chosen to Be the First of Many
Cynt talks about her new book, our time together at AT&T, and if we’re related through the Marshall bloodline.
Report Finds That Texas Has Banned More Books Than Any Other State
By Brian Lopez Originally appeared in the Texas Tribune Texas banned more books from school libraries this past year than any other state in the nation, targeting titles centering on […]
It Starts with Me Teaches The Importance of Leadership & Love
On Aug. 20, Drs. Bernice King and Kimberly P. Johnson held an event to share their children’s book, It Starts with Me, designed to teach kids the power and transformative nature of love.