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The Original Activists, a conversation between authors Rebecca Roberts and Lucinda Robb

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SLJ Antiracism Teaching Poll

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In Virtual Summer Programming, Librarians Prioritize Human Connection

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

Crucial Conversations: It’s Never Too Early To Talk About Race

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RevolTeens: Being the Change and Leading the Way by Christine Lively

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What if paying library staff and teachers to read IS part of the anti-racist work we could, and should, be doing?

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Questions, a guest post by Supriya Kelkar

A roundup of books on activism, social justice, and histories of protest

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Summer School Library Checkout, 2020 Edition

School-Public Library Partnerships Gain Strength During Pandemic

COVID-19 Is an Opportunity to Rethink Youth Librarianship | Reimagining Libraries

'Nestflix' and More Animal Webcams for Quarantined Kids

Ensure Family Census Participation During the Pandemic | First Steps

Where We Are Now: Libraries, COVID-19, and the Online Learning Challenge

Book Review: Pocket Change Collective books

8 Podcasts About Civics and U.S. History | Kidcasts

Choosing Restorative Justice: Engagement, not Punishment, Fosters Community and Respect in the Library

The Best Board Games for Quarantine

How Are You Doing? Parsing the Response to Our Survey of School Librarians. | From the Editor

With Schools Closed, Districts Are Committed To Keeping Kids Fed

L.A. County High School Wellbeing Centers Continue to Serve Students

5 Podcasts on Kids & Tech Use Your Patrons Could Use Right Now

Not Just Tech Support: Librarian Spotlights Social-Emotional Needs Among Remote Learning Resources

Homeschooling Families Tap into Library Services, from Storytime to Science Equipment

Book Review: Pride: The Celebration and the Struggle by Robin Stevenson

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

Book Review: Saving Savannah by Tonya Bolden

Book Review: Revenge of the Red Club by Kim Harrington

Leaders Convene on Partnerships Between School & Public Libraries

ALA Offers Hour of Code and 2020 Census Mini-Grants

Teen Advisory Boards Work to Impact Libraries—and Communities

In Plain Sight: Supporting Students Who Are Homeless

"Just because I am cold-blooded, doesn’t mean I can’t have a warm heart": An Interview with Hardcover the Library Turtle

Fired Up About Learning Through Play | Editorial

How Can Libraries Support Children and Immigrant Families? By Doing What We Do Best. 

Libraries Can Inspire Empathy with Community-Wide Podcasts

Kids Help Kids Impacted by Hurricanes

Little Free Libraries: Pet Projects or Literacy Tools?

REFORMA Leads Efforts To Get Books to Migrant Children

Higher Ground: Getting College Ready in the Library

MākMō Mobile Makerspace Making Impact in Los Angeles

Book Review: We’ll Fly Away by Bryan Bliss

Book Review: Hurricane Child by Kheryn Callender

Putting the Science Back in Library Science: Collection Development, Diversity Audits, & Understanding Teens – Analyzing Data for Decision Making

Book Review: American Panda by Gloria Chao

The Importance of School Visits, by Kate-Lynn Brown

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Sunday Reflections: “These Kids Lead Dark Lives”

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Bronze and Sunflower

Sunday Reflections: When There is No Village

Sunday Reflections: Empty Bellies, Starving Hearts – What happens when teens see compassion die

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Bookmobiles and Beyond: new library services on wheels serve newborns through teens

Sunday Reflections: There is No Such Thing as a Free Lunch?

#SJYALIt: Socio-Economic Diversity in YA Lit

Getting Book Rich | Editorial

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The Seventh Wish

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Teen Maker Space Outreach: Behind the Scenes With Karen Jensen

Making Text Transfer Chalkboard Speech Bubbles: Outreach at The Public Library of Mount Vernon and Knox County, Day 4

Making Photo Booth Props: Outreach at The Public Library of Mount Vernon and Knox County, Day 3

Building Our Portable Photo Booth – Outreach at The Public Library of Mount Vernon and Knox County, Day 2

Maybe Something Beautiful

Teen MakerSpace Outreach at The Public Library of Mount Vernon and Knox County, Day 1 – Getting Organized

Libraries Provide Stability for Military Children and Families

Create Buzz Around Reading with a Pop-Up Library

Innovative Outreach To Help the Youngest Learners

“Librarians are how libraries speak.”

The origami revelation: 1 program fail; 3 reminders

Proposals Wanted for “Libraries Connecting Communities”

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ALSC President's Program: Partnerships that Positively Impact Children, Families, and Communities | ALA 2014

Meet the Parents: Critical for Implementing the Common Core | Editorial

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