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


7945 pledges

and counting...

Carissa Highlands Little Free Library
Santa Rosa, CA, United States
Haley Crenshaw
Paducah, KY, United States
ASPIRA
rochester, NY, United States

ASPIRA as a youth mentoring program has leveraged the voices of the youth within the charter school community to address the deficit in literary accessibility for those who identify as BIPOC and English Language Learners within the city of Rochester. Our mission: Every youth with a book in hand.

Emily Westerberg
VERNON, CT, United States
Little Free Library on Main Street in Beacon Falls
Beacon Falls, CT, United States

Everyone, especially children/young adults, deserves to see themselves and their experiences in books–to know they are worthy and their stories have value. Books connect us across rivers, oceans, and countries; show us our humanity–our sameness and our differences; spark our imagination and our reality. Children and adults deserve this.

Robyn Kennedy, Kennedy Corner
Kansas City, KS, United States
Fremont Community Little Free Library
Port Coquitlam, BC, Canada
Stephanie Christmann
Hart, MI, United States
Lombardo’s Library
Tonawanda, NY, United States
VTSU Graphic Design, Animation & Illustration
Lyndonville, VT, United States
Stephanie Hull
Nashville, TN, United States
Mike Bolitho, East Timber Library
Marmora, NJ, United States
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