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


7864 pledges

and counting...

Bianca Castañeda
30291, GA, United States

Me comprometo a que mi comunidad pueda tener acceso a las experiencias humanas que han ocurrido y están ocurriendo en todo el mundo.

I’m committed in assisting my community to have access to the human experiences that have occurred and are occurring around the world.

Jenn Ruppel
Tecumseh, MI, United States
Beacon Foundation Inc.
Charlotte, NC, United States

The Beacon Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit and we proudly serve an area where people of color are the majority but live with limited opportunities. The Beacon Foundation supports reading especially when there is a mirror image of the reader in the story.

M at Little Lilac Library
Lititz, PA, United States
Mea Lawrence
Greenville, SC, United States
Wood and Ellen Selig
Norfolk, VA, United States
Carrieanne and Ledet
Lafayette, LA, United States
Briah Hoyt
Stevens Point, WI, United States

Everyone deserves to see themselves in stories, the world shelves cannot thrive without color.

Parkview Little Free Library (Richmond, CA)
Richmond, CA, United States
Little Free Library on Bennett
Mount Pleasant, SC, United States
Jessica Barrella
Phoenix, AZ, United States
Rainbow Welcome Circle Little Free Library
Tarpon Springs, FL, United States

We are a Church that is open, welcoming and inclusive to all. We want all to access books that make them feel welcome and represented

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