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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Seventh Street Elementary Library
North Little Rock , AR, United States
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I am a librarian that wants every student to feel included in the library through books.
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Carolyn Fleming
Arlington , VA, United States
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It’s more important now than ever before to have everyone’s voice represented in the world.
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Jenny Brown
Oceanside, CA, United States
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The world would be boring in only black and white.
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LFL on 10th Ave
Prospect Park, PA, United States
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Paul Reynolds, Dedham Little Free Library Project
Dedham, MA, United States
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Together, we can move this world to a better place!
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Margo Sussman
Rockville, MD, United States
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Susan, Camelot Estates LFL
Randolph, MA, United States
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Michele Smith-Patch
Atlanta, GA, United States
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Representation matters!!!
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Anna Stern
Somerville, MA, United States
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Anina Mensah, Little Library on Bennett Pl
Washington, DC, United States
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Cindy Muntwyler in Eugene Oregon
Eugene, OR, United States
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I'm already doing this. I'm learning a lot from such books as "Coming of Age in Mississippi" by Anne Moody, & Robin DiAngelo's "What Does It Mean to Be White?" DiAngelo is illuminating about the many elements of cultural beliefs. I also enjoy discovering different books for children & YA.
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Hannah
Kottayam, OR, IN
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Let's make a change 💜
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Fields Manor Little Free Library
Houston, TX, United States
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Kimberly Coats, Boyer YL Ranch Little Free Library
Savery, WY, United States
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Diversity makes us better!
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David Zavala
San Antonio, TX, United States
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I believe in inclusion and diversity and hope to see a more inclusive and diverse workforce and student population that would also bring about a decrease in crime. I want to empower people and believe we are stronger as a community and stronger when we act together.
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Pamela Alleyne
Pleasantville , NJ, United States
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I’m a High school librarian. Making sure all of my students are represented has been a goal of mine. Taking the pledge solidifies my promise
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N. Carroll and Family
Seattle, WA, United States
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Mrs. Averitt
Myrtle Beach , SC, United States
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As a literacy expert,I believe books are windows and mirrors and kids should see themselves represented in a positive light in books! Diverse literature is necessary to building inclusive communities!
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The Book Mill
Waconia, MN, United States
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Kathy Reed
Hillsboro , NM, United States
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My mother was a librarian and, obviously, encouraged me to read -everything. She told me at a young age that the only way to understand others is to read what they write. She was right.
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Skye Thietten
Rochester Hills, MI, United States
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Lorraine
Runnemede , NJ, United States
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Metropolitan United Methodist Church Detroit, MI
SOUTHFIELD, MI, United States
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Children need to see themselves while reading books. You have to imagine you are the characters. Reading in color makes that point.
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Shannon T. & Alysia F.
Lindenhurst, IL, United States

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