Heritage Months

Five Hispanic/Latine Authors to Follow

Hispanic/Latine Heritage Month occurs between September 15th and October 15th. In honor of this celebration, a list of five Hispanic/Latine authors shining bright with their publications and successes is below. Of course, it’s important to support Hispanic/Latine authors all year long, but Hispanic/Latine Heritage Month offers a great opportunity to learn about these up-and-coming writers. […]

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Making Simple Arpilleras with Kids

Arpilleras are South American works of art that are both easy and inexpensive to make with kids. They became a popular form of political protest during Pinochet’s military dictatorship in Chile (1973-1990), but more contemporary arpilleras often depict rural life. These crafts are also a great way to honor Hispanic Heritage Month, the annual U.S.

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Annie Turnbo Malone: Ten Interesting Facts

  Have you heard of Annie Turnbo Malone? Did you know that before Madam C.J. Walker made millions by developing and marketing a line of cosmetics and hair care products for Black women, there was a Black businesswoman/entrepreneur, chemist, inventor, and philanthropist named Annie Turnbo Malone? If not, then read on to learn ten interesting

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4 Spectacular New Children’s Books Written by Black Authors

Black Authors in Literature are Important The Black community currently faces a huge problem. This problem is only growing worse during the pandemic: Low literacy rates, high dropout rates, and most books in curriculum and schools written by non-Black authors. According to the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), a sector of the U.S. Department

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