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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Black Lives Matter Little Library on Cowper Street
Palo Alto, CA, United States
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Everyone needs an accurate history of our country and access to the wisdom and beauty of African Americans through their stories, art, and literature.
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Susan Young
Richmond Heights, OH, United States
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I believe in the importance of all children seeing their culture being related in a positive way in books
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Christine SG
Merritt Island , FL, United States
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Books are a window to the world. It is important to give people resources to experience that world without bias.
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Murphey Lizz
Edgewood, WA, United States
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We are Girl Scouts and we believe that everyone should be included and have access to books of ALL kinds in many languages and diverse topics to suit as many as possible!
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Melissa Houston
Newtown, CT, United States
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Angelique Chelton
DENVER, PA, United States
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The stories of people of color have been ignored or white-washed for too long. It's time to listen and to read these stories. They are OUR stories!
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Lolita Short
Harrodsburg, KY, United States
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Friskney Family
Indianapolis , IN, United States
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Amy Hege Atwell, The Painted Mermaid Southport, NC
Southport, NC, United States
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EVERYone deserves to experience themselves through the magic of a book
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Ms. Klein, SLP at Confluence Academies
St. Louis, MO, United States
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Children deserve to see themselves represented in the books they read and the stories they hear!
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Heather Brydie Harris, Blackenbanker Books LFL
Louisville, KY, United States
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So we can all see ourselves represented and read books by and for us! Happy reading.
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Monroe Family’s Purple Blossom Little Free Library
Poway, CA, United States
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Our library proudly serves the Poway Oaks neighborhood and a Dual-Language Spanish Immersion Title I School.
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Franklin LFL
Buffalo, NY, United States
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Franklin Little Free Library is located outside of a school full of diverse students. Our library intends to offer books that students see themselves in. See it, dream it, be it!
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Kim Spain
St. Louis, MO, United States
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As a black woman, I have always cherished the books that sound and look like me. I want to promote this idea in my community.
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Ana Noelle Rusness-Petersen
Cedar Park, TX, United States
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I'm taking this pledge because inclusion, diverse voices, and authentic representation matter. Also, I wish to continue to develop and expand my knowledge and appreciation of/for the diverse experiences of all of humanity. It makes my mind and imagination richer.
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Emma Wagner
Chattanooga, TN, United States
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Fraser Gardens Little Free Library
Langley , BC, Canada
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Me Time Book Club
Birmingham , AL, United States
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Diverse reading matters!
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The Browns, Little Free Library on Glenwood
Fayetteville, NC, United States
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Meghan Riley
Downers Grove, IL, United States
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Nicole Blake, Little Free Library on Hennessy
Portland , ME, United States
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Megan Paterson
San Antonio, TX, United States
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Quinn's Little Free Library at Crystal Lake
Oakland, NJ, United States
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Courtney Poullas, LFL on Wilma, Youngstown
Youngstown, OH, United States
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We have a diverse neighborhood, and these diverse books will serve our readers as well as teach us all something new.

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