Read in Color Pledge Wall

young female child opening the door to a little free library

“It is essential that all people have the opportunity to see themselves represented with dignity and humanity in the books that we share. This promotes the growth of wellbeing, understanding, and acceptance in our world.”

LITTLE FREE LIBRARY AT HASTINGS HOUSE COOP
HASTINGS ON HUDSON, NEW YORK

“Everyone deserves to see themselves in the books they read and the stories they love.”

MR. PEBBLE’S MEMORIAL LIBRARY
OLD BRIDGE, NEW JERSEY


5877 pledges

and counting...

Nicole McKinney
Greenfield, IN, United States

Because it’s important!

Janet
San Antonio, TX, United States
Our kids, Little Free Library
Kissimmee, FL, United States

Because i believe in cultural enlightenments! every child must experience reading a book they’re love!

Pikeville’s Little Free Library
Princeton, NC, United States

It’s important for all children to see themselves in books, and even more important for children to see other children that look different than them in their books too.

Sharon Luttikhuizen
Buffalo, NY, United States

Reading the rainbow makes all our lives better and brighter!

Sam Pledges
Johnston, RI, United States
Lauren C
Kansas City, MO, United States
Megan Elizabeth93
New Orleans, LA, United States

For my biracial kids so they can know an understand other people.

Vivian Rutledge, LFL on Terrace in Richardson, TX
Richardson, TX, United States

We live in one of the most diverse suburbs in DFW, and are proud of it. Our library should reflect support and reflect that diversity.

Sandi
Jeffersonville, IN, United States
Casey Chon
Foster City, CA, United States
Audrey Hopkins
Ithaca, NY, United States

Children need to see themselves and their peers represented in the world around them.

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