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


6726 pledges

and counting...

Robin's Little Library
Ridgefield, WA, United States

Because I can…I care…I read…I learn…I can share.

Kate
Buda, TX, United States
Tania Rdz, Little Free Library in Mala Market
Houston, TX, United States
Tracie Frank
Newport News, VA, United States
HEATHER MICHELLE HALL
San Antonio, TX, United States

Be different,
0NE W0RLD!

Little Free Library at 237 Randolph Ave
Cape Charles, VA, United States
Angie Orr
ROANOKE, TX, United States
Sherwood Lane LFL #38612
Schaumburg, IL, United States
Shelby Christensen
Cedar Rapids, IA, United States

I pledge to “Read in Color” to better understand and empathize with my student’s experiences.

Melissa Hiniker
Saint Paul, MN, United States

I would like to bring awareness to the importance of access to diverse books.

Sunshine Book Box
Rio Rancho, NM, United States

As a minority family ourselves, I believe it is highly important for kids (and adults) to incorporate reading books with characters they can relate to. I am proud to share these books in my library!

Chantia Thompson
Plymouth, MI, United States

I am taking the Read in Color pledge to promote diversity in community, reading diverse books, engaging children in a colorful world!

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