During summer break, students lose some of what they've learned during the school year. It's called the #SummerSlide. An easy way to prevent summer slide is to make learning a regular part of your summer plans.
We are so excited about this new children's book. While we haven't been able to find a lot of details about the book, we're excited about the concept. HBCUs are an important part of America's history and a source of pride in African American culture. This book looks like the perfect introduction to the greatness of these schools!
Nationally renowned authors will gather at American University to engage in panel discussions on topics ranging from how to improve racial diversity in children's literature to what it means to be an antiracist public intellectual. The festival also features children’s activities and readings, poetry slams, refreshments and book sales courtesy of our official book seller, Politics & Prose.
Trailblazer John H Johnson of the Johnson Publishing Company created Ebony Jr! in 1973 to give Black children a magazine that was all their own. The magazine featured stories, comics, puzzles, and cartoons centering Black children. Its contents combined elements of Black culture, Black history, and elementary curriculum in an effort to ignite a love of reading and a love of self in Black children.