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For the third year in a row, the Diverse BookFinder team honored the observance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday with a family program as part of the Bates College series of events. In response to the 2019 theme, "Lifting Every Voice: Intersectionality and Activism," we focused on women activists. An initial search for Category: Biography ...continue reading "Women of Color Leading the Way: Celebrating MLK Day"
GUEST POST by Melissa-Sue John, Ph.D. Melissa-Sue John, Ph.D.— wife, mother, psychologist, STEM education researcher, blogger, and author of children’s books — currently lectures at Quinnipiac University, works as a Research Associate at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, and is the founder of Lauren Simone Publishing House which publishes the work of youth authors and illustrators. To learn ...continue reading "Engineering through Picture Books"
GUEST POST by Luis Chavez-Brumell Luis Chavez-Brumell is the Branch Manager of the Wilson Library in New Haven, Connecticut, and a member of the Diverse BookFinder’s Advisory Council. —— I was first introduced to the Diverse BookFinder when I met Anne Sibley O’Brien at a workshop in March 2018. The workshop was sponsored by the Connecticut ...continue reading "Reflection in the Collection"