July 26, 2017

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School Library Journal’s Black History Month Pinterest Board

School Library Journal presents a wealth of wide-ranging teaching resources for Black History Month on Pinterest, highlighting figures from George Washington Carver to Beyoncé. The Pinterest board was curated by K.C. Boyd, lead librarian at the East St. Louis (IL) School District.and and a 2015 Library Journal Mover & Shaker.

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