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Wake up, Libraries: Curbside Pickup is NOT the Answer | Reimagining Libraries

Retire Those Legacy Approaches. It’s Time to Be Bold and Innovative. | Reimagining Libraries

Jason Reynolds, Ibram Kendi in Conversation | SLJ Day of Dialog 2020

Too Good To Be True? Picture Book Portrayals of Police Officers Don’t Reflect Everyone’s Reality | Opinion

School-Public Library Partnerships Gain Strength During Pandemic

10 Ways To Promote Ebooks and Audiobooks to K-12 Students

Equity and Remote Learning: Strategies from 3 Librarians

Amid Rising Anti-semitism, Holocaust Education Expands To Address Hate

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An Educator's Guide to “Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You”

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When the Books Are People: How the Human Library Targets Bias

Recipes for Resilience: Books About Food | Read Woke

Libraries Are Preparing for the 2020 Census. With Plenty at Stake, There’s Still Work To Be Done.

Creating Makerspaces for All: Lessons From the Experts

Where Healing Happens: Librarians Adopt Trauma-Informed Practices To Help Kids

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From AR/VR to Student Activism, Highlights from the Breakout Sessions | SLJ Summit 2019

Alaa Murabit Opens SLJ Summit with Challenge for Attendees

How Social-Emotional Learning Transforms Students and Schools

A Stitch in Time | Editorial

Watch: School Librarians Janet Damon and Julia Torres Talk "The Hate U Give" | Banned Books Week 2018

Educators Must Mind Tone Policing

Educators and Race: A Conversation with Author Ijeoma Oluo on Tackling Systemic Racism in U.S. Education

Twitter Erupts after Forbes Story Calls for Amazon Stores To Replace Local Libraries

We Matter by Etan Thomas | SLJ Review

Our Stories, Our Voices by Amy Reed | SLJ Review

Protests, Riots, and Rebellions by Tracey Vasil Biscontini & Kathleen J. Edgar | SLJ Review

On World Refugee Day 2018, #ReadForChange with Alan Gratz’ Refugee

Book Review: Super Late Bloomer: My Early Days in Transition by Julia Kaye

WalkWoke: an iOS app for your student activists (and a media literacy opp)

Mark Does YA: The Prolific Critic and Creator Talks About “Anger Is a Gift”

Children's Program Sparks Backlash in Illinois Town

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Book Review: We’ll Fly Away by Bryan Bliss

#ReadForChange: Jodi Lynn Anderson’s Midnight at the Electric and climate change, a guest post by Marie Marquardt

Book Review: The Gender Identity Workbook for Kids: A Guide to Exploring Who You Are by Kelly Storck, Noah Grigni

Teen Power | Editorial

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‘Read Woke’ School Reading Challenge Makes an Impact

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Gender Identity, Making Veggies Fun, & Other Parenting Titles

#ReadForChange: American Dreams and Nightmares in Ibi Zoboi’s American Street, a guest post by Marie Marquardt

Comic About Students' Rights Released Ahead of "March for Our Lives"

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#ReadForChange: Girls Fight Back in Jennifer Mathieu’s Moxie, a guest post by Marie Marquardt

Book Review: The Prince and the Dressmaker by Jen Wang

Advocate This, Not That!

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The Year in SLJ Covers | 2017

Five Ways I Created Opportunity at My Title I School

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Top 10 DVDs | 2017

#SJYALit: Because Their Stories Matter, a guest post by Danielle Ellison

Book Review: I Am Alfonso Jones by Tony Medina, Stacey Robinson, and John Jennings

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Book Review: Dear Martin by Nic Stone

Children's Books Promoting Peace Honored at 2017 Jane Addams Award Ceremony

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#Resist: 3 Nonfiction Titles on Social Justice

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Despite Gains in Connectivity, 6.5 Million Students Lack High-Speed Internet Access in School

"Liz the Librarian:" Liz Phipps Soeiro, 2017 Hero of Family Outreach

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In Charlottesville, a Back-to-School Like No Other

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Tween Titles to Inspire Science-Based Community Projects | Nonfiction Notions

Resource Roundup: Teaching and Curriculum Supports on Antibias and Social Justice

2017 SLJTeen Live! Tackles Social Justice, YA Lit, and Coding

11 Games Honored for Social Impact

The Power of Nonneutral Librarianship | ALA Annual 2017

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#SJYALit: Teens Taking Action in YA Fiction, a guest post by Robin Talley

Taking a Stand Against Islamophobia | ALA Annual 2017

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Drag Queen Story Hours Flourishing on Both Coasts

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Social Justice and Mental Health: Accessibility to Treatment in YA Literature, a guest post by Alyssa Chrisman

Tools and Resources to Support Social Justice and Antibias Lessons | Mix It Up

Dedicated to Building a More Equitable World | Editorial

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13 Must-Read Titles for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

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Just Another Day in an LGBTQ Comic

How Fair Is Your Maker Space?

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"You're In the Wrong Bathroom!" | Professional Shelf

How Universal Design Will Make Your Library More Inclusive

Carla Hayden's Big Plans for Kids at the Library of Congress

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Conversations in the Classroom | #OwnVoices: Three Takes

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Imagine Yourself a Young Reader in the Margins | #OwnVoices: Three Takes

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Collection Development: Reflecting Our Communities | #OwnVoices: Three Takes

Local Heroes: Librarians Address Inequity Where They See It

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#SJYALit: Rape Culture–Twenty-five years ago and today, a guest post by Clara Kensie

Notable Nonfiction on the Transgender Experience and More | Adult Books 4 Teens

Earth Day, Every Day | On the Screen

#SJYALit: How to be Female, a conversation between Mindy McGinnis and Amber J. Keyser

Life-enhancing things that matter to young Muslim women, a guest post by Khadija

#SJYALit: From Aberrant Girl to Nasty Woman, a conversation between Elana K. Arnold and Amber J. Keyser

Connecting with One Another: Social Science | Series Nonfiction

Kids Make Art for Social Justice in L.A. Museum-Library Partnership

Educators Respond to the Federal Repeal of Transgender Bathroom Protection

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Taking Action and Reading Orwell | Nonfiction Series Update

#SJYALit: Discussing GLORY O’BRIEN’S HISTORY OF THE FUTURE with A. S. King

#ProtectTransKids: A Reading List

Book Review: Dreamland Burning by Jennifer Latham

Book Review: The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas + Giveaway

Book Review: The Education of Margot Sanchez by Lilliam Rivera

A Call to Action in Canada | Picture of the Week

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Books for Trying Times: A Resource List complied by members of KidLit Resists!

An Inside Look at Librarians, Schools, and the Political Climate

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From Refugees to Voting Rights, Books to Inspire a Just, Inclusive Society

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Dr. Bully, a guest post by M.G. Hennessey

Radiant Child: The Story of Young Artist Jean-Michal Basquiat – 2017 Caldecott Medal Winner

An Open Letter to School Librarians: Silence Is not Golden | Opinion

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In the Margins Book Committee Announces Winners for 2017

Still Learning Every Day: HERE WE ARE editor Kelly Jensen interviews contributor Sarah McCarry

Feminism is for Everyone: HERE WE ARE editor Kelly Jensen interviews contributor Daniel Jose Older

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