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News 08.06.20

Words The ALSO Team

Here at ALSO,  diversity is at the core of what we do.  In light of the killings of George Floyd, Ahmad Arbery and Breonna Taylor in the United States, we have complied a list of resources in order to inform and educate on racial issues. We hope through education we can all make lasting and meaningful change for the better.  Here we celebrate and recommend the works of extremely talented voices that feel ever more essential in these current times.

All resources are clickable and are linked with free access as much as possible.


For Little Ones /


Baby Goes To Market (Age 0-5) / Atinuke

Last Stop on Market Street (Age 2-5) / Matt De La Pena

Mixed: An Inspiring Story About Colour  (Age 3-6) / Arree Chung

Handa’s Surprise (Age 3-7) / Eileen Browne

Don’t Touch My Hair (Age 4+) / Sharee Miller

The Day You Begin (Age 4-8) / Jacqueline Woodson

All Are Welcome (Age 4-8) / Alexandra Penfold

Little Leaders: Bold Women in Black History (Age 8-12) / Vashti Harrison

For more information on what you can do to help the cause, click here

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