Classes & Workshops

Virtual Conference: Early Literacy, Libraries and You – Race, Reading and Young Children

A young black child looks at a the screen

This workshop for educators and caregivers provides interactive introduction to the importance of racial representation in children’s literature. We will explore research around positive racial identity development developed by University of Pittsburgh, along with annual publishing statistics. Participants will learn about ways to find and evaluate books with racial representation published for children. This virtual workshop will be hosted on Zoom. Registration is required. Attendees will receive 2 hours of PQAS credit and/or ACT 48 Credit.

Event Fee: Free