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Sunday MorningReads

November 13, 2016

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A few days ago, Varian Johnson took to Twitter. The election also has me thinking about the stories I want and need to tell. What is my responsibility as a POC with a voice? — Varian Johnson (@varianjohnson) November 11, 2016   With the re-affirmation that the voices of Native Americans and people of color […]

#AngryVoices

November 7, 2016

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Children’s and young adult literature is overwrought with who gets to tell The Story. The story is as personal as it is profound. The Story is a colonized script we dictate to our children. The Story, the body of work we call children’s literature, is in a messy, disrupted state that I can’t help but […]