El Mes de la Historia Negra es una celebración anual que se origina en los Estados Unidos, donde también se conoce como el Mes de la Historia Afroamericana. Ha recibido reconocimiento oficial de los gobiernos de los Estados Unidos y Canadá, y más recientemente se ha observado en Irlanda y el Reino Unido.
Puberty, body and emotional changes, and sex education for all genders, especially good for tweens/preteens in grades 4, 5, and 6 and the adults in their lives.
Interested in joining the ever-growing food cart scene? We can help! We’ve collected resources to help you run a successful food cart. Learn how to write a cart-centric business plan, get help with financing and draw menu inspiration from other street food vendors.
Fantasy for adults and older teens based on or inspired by traditional stories, folklore, and myths from around the world.
Books for children and young teens to help understand the lives of those in our community experiencing homelessness, housing insecurity, and hunger.
Talking to Kids and family explicitly about race is challenging for many adults, especially white adults, who may be entirely new to this conversation. But research shows it's the best way to raise antiracist Kids and family. The good news is that books can provide the language and pictures to help guide these very important conversations. Here are some of my favorites.
Picture book biographies, stories, and early nonfiction recommendations on women in science and technology fields.
Picture books showing characters disrupting stereotypical gender binary roles, showing boys exhibiting emotional literacy, featuring female animals not coded with stereotypical clothing or behavior, and characters in jobs outside stereotypical gender roles.
Books that talk about and include characters who live with a chronic condition. Not an exhaustive list, but does include arthritis, asthma, cancer, cystic fibrosis, diabetes, epilepsy, heart disease, HIV/AIDS, and multiple sclerosis