Social Justice Resources

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Social justice and a focus on social activism have become an essential component of many classrooms, schools, and curricula. As a diversity-focused publisher, and one of the few minority-owned publishers in the US, Lee & Low Books is proud to offer books and resources to support social justice learning in the classroom.



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“We are one human family”: An interview with author Jan Reynolds

JAN REYNOLDS is an award-winning author and photographer Jan Reynoldswhose work has appeared in numerous publications, including National Geographic, The New York Times, and Outside magazine. Her nonfiction…

 

NCTE 2020 Programs and Events with Lee & Low Books

The National Council for the Teachers of English Annual Convention is this week and though it’s gone virtual, we’re so excited to watch the panels and programs that our authors, illustrators, and…

 

Watch the Webinar: A Discussion of Contemporary Native Children’s Literature

We had a great virtual turnout for last week’s webinar, “A Discussion of Contemporary Native Children’s Literature” with authors Traci Sorell (Indian No More) and Carla Messinger (When the Shadbush

 

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