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A Young Girl’s Leadership on Diversity in School Reading with #1000BlackGirlBooks

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In a tumultuous world, stepping up and creating social change is needed more than ever. Whether it be a problem nationally or locally, youth across the country are finding their voices and taking action on causes they’re passionate about. In our classrooms, there have been questions raised about diversity. Are schools …

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Etymology: A Key to Intercultural Exchange

Each of the languages of the world have a unique story to tell. Even if that seems like an obvious statement, we tend to forget that languages have a deeper story to tell about our interactions and exposures to the world around us. The English language serves as one of the …

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AMP Summer Reading List 2k16: Non-fiction Diversity

As I sat down at my desk to ponder my response to the powerful question, “Why is diversity important in the 21st century?” I couldn’t help my eyes from drifting toward the direction of my bookshelf. I had just finished a memoir written by Carrie Brownstein- lead guitarist of the …

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5 Reasons Why Diversity is Important in the 21st Century

Diversity comes in many forms: gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, age, culture, socioeconomic background, etc. All of these contribute to an individual’s unique experience of the world. Sometimes we need to take a step back and examine the presence of diversity in our own life. How diverse is your school? Neighborhood? …

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