Join the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh on July 20 for their virtual event “Race, Reading, and Young Children” for an interactive introduction to the importance of racial representation in children’s literature.
During this event, the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh will share research around positive racial identity development from the University of Pittsburgh, along with the latest in children’s publishing statistics and trends. Presenters will also discuss common and often harmful misrepresentations and discuss ways to find and select books published for children that can encourage positive racial identity development for children of color.
To register, complete the online registration form. Participants will receive one hour of PQAS credit.
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