Dear JK Rowling, I am unabashedly a huge Harry Potter fan. I first encountered Harry when I was in Junior High, volunteering at the public library (nerd status, I know). The children's librarian handed me…
Books we recommend are ones written or illustrated by Native Americans or writers/illustrators of color. We want readers to become familiar with the names on the list and their creative work. As you'll see, not all the books are stories about Native Americans or People of Color, and some are ones in which characters are LGBTQIA or disabled.
Quill & Quire (blog) Melanie Florence and Susan Currie win inaugural Aboriginal Writing Contest Quill & Quire (blog) Second Story Press has announced the winners of its inaugural Aboriginal Writing Contest, launched in celebration of the...
Indigenous author and illustrator Ambelin Kwaymullina unpacks key ideas from the US-based We Need Diverse Books campaign for diversity in literature, and lays out an argument for how and why Australian publishers, readers and writers should address the issue – and make our literature a better and fairer reflection of our society, especially for young Australians.
Welcome to our “If you liked…” summer reading series for diverse books! The We Need Diverse Books campaign is deeply committed to increasing the visibility of the wonderful diverse books that are published, because these books do not get the marketing and promotion that blockbuster books get. We want to do our part in raising the profile of diverse books and bringing them to a larger audience.
IndigenousX host Scott Gorringe is changing the way we talk about Indigenous Australia, from a discourse that sees Aboriginal culture as a problem to one that recognises the strength of traditional ways...
The Snuneymuxw First Nation will soon have a new library.
The effort to place a portable trailer on the reserve to house a library is part of the Write to Read Project, an initiative of the Lt. Governor of British Columbia and the Government House Foundation.
To date, more than a dozen libraries housed in trailers have been established in First Nation communities across B.C. as part of the project, and at the request of the SFN, the local band should have one by the end of the year.
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