AUGUST 4, 2021

Speaking Up and Speaking Out: Using Your Voice to Demand Justice Author Panel

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Join us on August 4, 2021 at 10:30am CT for this very special live webinar event featuring authors Adib Khorram, A.S. KingRandy Ribay, and Laurie Halse Anderson, and moderated by educator Julia E. Torres, as they discuss how books can support race, culture, identity, and mental health. 

We hope this event will: 

  • Introduce you to ways to engage in courageous conversations while reading literature in academic settings 
  • Give you some tips for curating inclusive libraries 
  • Suggest books that are relevant to students’ lives, which will increase reading and improve literacy skills 
  • Build a school community that is supportive, empathetic, and accepting of others 

Questions about this event should be sent to pubsubmit@follett.com

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