Power of Books Author Series: Jamie Jo Hoang

In this edition we talk with Jamie Jo Hoang, author of My Father the Panda Killer. We touch on generational trauma. And, how books engender empathy and understanding, which can help break the cycle of generational trauma. To check out our entire conversation - click on the post's title.

It’s Right to Read Day, 2024!

A record-breaking 4,240 unique book titles were targeted for censorship in 2023. Last year Unite Against Book Bans established a day for readers, library lovers, and advocates everywhere to stand up to censorship as part of a national day of action -- Right to Read Day, and thousands answered the call. Let’s do it again! Because the book banners are definitely still at it. For statistics to share, a guide to get you organized, and a toolkit to get you started - click on the post's title.

Aphorisms Unplugged: Charity Begins at Home

“Charity begins at home.” We’ve all heard the expression. And, it's typically invoked to mean charitable donations are limited to one's own home. But that isn't what this aphorism is intended to convey. To find out what "Charity begins at home" really means - click on the post's title.

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