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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Little Free Library on 23rd Ave.
Minneapolis, MN, United States
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Ashley Gebb
Chico, CA, United States
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Reading is a window into our world. We should think as broadly as possible to include all vantage points and ensure no important narratives are missing. We'll all be richer for it.
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Little Free Libraries of Nelson County
Bardstown, KY, United States
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Quisha Powell, LFL on 111th st, Chicago
Chicago, IL, United States
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It is important for all people to be able to see themselves in literature. Representation gives unheard people a voice!
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Joy Peskin
Maplewood, NJ, United States
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Because everyone deserves to see themselves portrayed in books.
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@TVSandra
MAULDIN , SC, United States
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Books should be mirrors and windows.
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Sydney Tillman
New York, NY, United States
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I pledge to read in color through my work as a publishing professional! I hope to continue to amplify BIPOC and other underrepresented voices and give kids mirrors and windows so that they see their full lives reflected on the page.
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Alexis H.
Roseville, CA, United States
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BIPOC and LGBTQ+ stories change lives for the better. They help us all learn to love and care for our fellow humans a little bit better 💗
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Marcy, Reader Hill LFL
Cedar Hill, TX, United States
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I can't think of a more important focus for a Little Free Library to have! I want everyone to feel welcome, seen, and heard.
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Tami Charles
Colonia, NJ, United States
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I pledge to Read in Color!
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Little Free Library in Oakland
OAKLAND, CA, United States
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Natal library
Mesa, AZ, United States
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Laurie Casey, Annándale
Annándale , VA, United States
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AM Warren Greenfield Twp Historic SocietyDifferent
Greenfield Twp , PA, United States
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Different exciting to try
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Cat Lazaroff
SILVER SPRING, MD, United States
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Countering bias and racism starts by providing opportunities for kids - and adults - to learn about people with faces, backgrounds, and lived experiences that might be different than their own. Diverse books play an important role in opening our worlds.
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Katie J.
Warwick , NY, United States
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Sharmela Chandrashekhar
Richmond Hill Queens, NY, United States
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Roberta Klix
Lowell, MA, United States
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Jewell Parker Rhodes
Seattle, WA, United States
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Reading in Color deepens empathy and understanding of our common humanity
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Jessie Nimeh
Rochester, NY, United States
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Bring books to people that share diverse stories of humanity
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Yolanda Wilcox González
Chestnut Hill, MA, United States
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Maple Ridge LFL Vermont
Newark , VT, United States
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Brenda Llewellyn Ihssen
Fircrest, WA, United States
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We are committed to supporting POC, and reading is a great way to do that and to educate others.
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Donna Dahn, Little Free Library on Swan Lake, CT
OXFORD, CT, United States

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