The 30 Days of Working for and with Teens for Social Justice campaign is wrapping up, but that doesn’t mean your actions have to end. As I mentioned on December 1st, Opportunities for White People in the Fight for Racial Justice suggests great ways to get involved in the cause and help spread awareness. Actions range from asking for little effort (but causing a big impact), to major changes we can help implement through our libraries.
If you haven’t tried anything yet, check out the site and do something quick, like:
– follow writers and activists of color on social media
– teach teens about racism, violence, privilege, and more
– diversify your reading list
If you’re attending Midwinter, make room in your schedule for Racial Justice at Your Library hosted by Libraries4BlackLives.
Be sure to check the Hub to make sure you didn’t miss any posts in this collaboration!