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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Marketia White
Detroit, MI, United States
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Children deserve to see themselves and all the possibilities they can be or see in the characters!
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Susan Plimley
Mesa, AZ, United States
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Barbara Adams, Manhattan Drive Library
Huntington Beach, CA, United States
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Unaka Family- Reading is Magical LFL
Houston, TX, United States
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Because everyone deserve to see people who look like them in the books that they read!
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Los Barrios Unidos Community Clinic
Dallas, TX, United States
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GSGLA Troop 16575’s Diverse LFL
Los Angeles, CA, United States
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Every one deserves to see themselves in the stories they read. Reading helps to “normalize” being different which helps to fight negative stereotypes, discrimination, and racism.
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Archie Doodle Books
Caledon, ON, Canada
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Twylia Bullock, Little Free Library of Rome PA
Rome, PA, United States
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I believe in the importance of tolerance and diversity.
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Little Free Library of Wood Road
Freeville, NY, United States
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Roxy’s Little Free Library on 8th Street
Pacific Grove, CA, United States
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Steven Lafever Baines
Baltimore, MD, United States
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To help those who may want or in need of books to bring smiles on children see others enjoy reading
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Samantha Hulstein
White bear township, MN, United States
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Krizia Jeannette
St.Cloud, MN, United States
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Joe Openshaw, Little Free Library, Lakewood Estate
Bessemer, AL, United States
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As a member of a marginalized community (LGBTQ) I feel it is important for all communities to be represented.
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Little Free Library on Glenwood
Dover, NH, United States
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traaceface
Walla Walla, WA, United States
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We're all people. ♥️
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Cindy Petzoldt
Valley Park, MO, United States
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I’m a Ready Readers volunteer with preschoolers from diverse neighborhoods.
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Ms. DIVA TeAcher, CA
Brentwood, CA, United States
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Martha Gordon
VANCOUVER, WA, United States
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To share books that represent my neighborhood.
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Teach My Kid to Read
Albany, NY, United States
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Teach My Kid to Read promotes the two roads that lead to skilled reading; language comprehension skills and decoding skills. The Read in Color program enables all children to access literature that reflects their culture, family structure and language. We're excited to bring these books to our diverse community!
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FreshPages Book Club
Westerville, OH, United States
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I think it’s important for everyone to see someone who looks like them in their favorite books.
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BWC Terminals
Westwego, LA, United States
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To promote reading in our community and to foster diversity, equity and inclusion
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Katie Dyer
Fresno, CA, United States
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Little Free Library by the Bay
Canning, NS, Canada

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