Read in Color Pledge Wall

Welcome to the Read in Color Pledge Wall! If you took the Read in Color pledge and chose to share a story, you’ll see your pledge below. Please note that 24 pledges display per page, so you may need to scroll through the pages to find yours. You can also enter your name in the search bar below to find your pledge.

Little Free Library stewards and supporters like those listed below are the foundation of Read in Color. Together, we will work toward a more unified, empathetic, and understanding community.

Read in Color Pledges and Counting

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Joyful Little Free Library - Bloomington MN
Bloomington, MN, United States
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Little Free Library in the Woodlands
Austin, TX, United States
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The Borrowed Book, Pinehurst NC
Pinehurst, NC, United States
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Jen Pace Dickenson
Hendersonville, NC, United States
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Hildie Block
Arlington, VA, United States
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Publishing is the last bastion of colonialism. It's over due to stop.
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Little Detroit Community Garden
Detroit , MI, United States
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I am a teacher and I believe that knowledge is power. Having a reading group will hopefully change the way we think about ourselves and others. When you express how you are feeling, you will become more confident with yourself about what you want to become and do in Life.
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Olga
Houston , TX, United States
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It’s important we understand one another
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Andrea Hall
Fruitport , MI, United States
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Ayers Valley, Fourth Grade Class, Montana
Polson, MT, United States
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To be educated
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Miss.Brenda’s Little Free Library
Leominster , MA, United States
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deCline Family Library
westerville , OH, United States
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Diversity belongs everywhere, always, no exceptions, and certainly between the pages of a book.
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Lilly’s Little Free Library
Newton, NH, United States
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Lisa LFL on Schaaf
Cleveland, OH, United States
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The diversity in my community deserves to be represented in my LFL selections
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Westlake LFL #47748
Sacramento , CA, United States
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Karen L Dulany, Mt Airy Elem in Maryland
Mount Airy, MD, United States
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As the school librarian and co-chair of our Equity Committee, I am dedicating to making sure all voices are heard and diverse materials are available to all.
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Lizzie McC
Chicago, IL, United States
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To build a more beautiful and equitable world with liberty and justice for all
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Peggy
Cincinnati , OH, United States
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Patrice Everidge
Frisco, TX, United States
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Reading leads to understanding!
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Washington Avenue Park Little Free Library
Port Jefferson Station , NY, United States
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Emily Best
Livingston, NJ, United States
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I want to learn about people of color and help share books about people of color.
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Jacob Adams
Phoenix, AZ, United States
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I am somewhat aware of my privilege as a straight white man and look forward to becoming more aware of my role in racial equity and how I can contribute to improving the world.
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Jennifer Beach, KCPL Little Free Libraries
Covington, KY, United States
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Tanya Aguilar
Silver Spring , MD, United States
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We should never tire of learning about one another’s experiences and perspectives. It’s vital to our peace and co-existence.
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Tarah Blochowiak
Okc , OK, United States

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