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#MCRPop: The Little Bookstore That Could

Multiculturalism Rocks! Humble beginnings. đź’š I didn’t have much money. What I had was the burning desire to fill a big void in my community: the need for multicultural children’s … Continue reading

August 15, 2018 · Leave a comment

Representation: Raising the Bar

Originally posted on Booktoss:
I write with the idea that teachers will read my scholarship. That includes peer reviewed articles, invited pieces, and this blog. So, when I write, I…

August 2, 2018 · Leave a comment

Why Didn’t They Talk To You Privately? On “Call Out Culture” and Power Differentials

Originally posted on The Bias:
Header Image: “The 95 Twee-ses” by Annalee.So you’ve been called out. You are baffled. Shocked. Why would someone shame you in public like that? It…

July 23, 2018 · Leave a comment

Interview and Resource on Family Separation and Detention

Originally posted on Latinxs in Kid Lit:
  Here at Latinxs in Kid Lit we are deeply concerned over the crisis at our southern border and the long-range effects that…

June 30, 2018 · Leave a comment

Five Indigenous Speculative Fiction Authors You Should Be Reading

Originally posted on Dark Matters :

June 30, 2018 · Leave a comment

Series Exhumes Out-of-Print Books by Black Authors

Originally posted on Longreads:
Since last January, author Michael A. Gonzales has been writing a monthly column for Catapult called “The Blacklist,” in which he rescues out-of-print texts by black…

June 14, 2018 · Leave a comment

“What Happened to Your Generation?” A question for African American Parents and Grandparents.

via YOUNG GIFTED & (why I sometimes think twice about telling) BLACK

June 8, 2018 · Leave a comment