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The Many Voices: Diverse Classroom Library Project will supply K-12 teachers with books to expand their classroom libraries with the aim of promoting discussions about racial and social diversity and providing students access to books representative of contemporary families and inclusive of culture, history, and diverse perspectives.

Part I: The Many Voices List

Our Resource Committee is building a list of recommended titles by grade level that teachers can use to choose books for their classroom. Our resource committee can provide guidance on books will to help teachers initiate discussions with or recommend books to students on different racial, social, or cultural diversity topics.

Part II: Teachers Apply for a Collection of Diverse Books

Coming soon!

We'll post the application link and the parameters of that process as soon as we have it. We know that we'll be asking

teachers who want to be involved in the project to either send us a short video letting us know why this is important for your classroom or schedule a Zoom meeting with our committee to discuss it. We want this to be a conversation about what you need and how we can support it. 

Part III: Sponsors and Donors

You make it happen. It costs between $500-800/classroom to provide a diverse library collection. We are seeking corporate partners, grants, individual donors to partner with us to make this a sustainable, annual program in our district. You can give directly to the program or contact Colleen Moidu to discuss ways to partner with us.

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