Monthly Archives: January 2015

Think Broadly: Diversity Reading and Writing Link List

I keep saving up–and sometimes not saving up–interesting, informative, and educational resources for reading and writing diverse literature. Diverse isn’t a perfect term, but it might mean attention to racial and ethnic backgrounds, countries of origin, sexual orientations, ability and disability, religion, and economic status, just for a few examples. Having access to the internet today, and having so many voices sharing (and having shared through times when not so many people were listening) makes me truly fortunate, and I’ve been trying to think of more ways I can be supportive. Keeping a list of what I’m listening to seems like one very tiny way. I’ll be updating this list as I can; I’m hoping to add a link or two each week (and I want to note that there are dozens of great pieces posted every week). Last updated 9/20/2015.

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