Along with February being Black History Month it is also
African-American Read In Month
Everyone is urged to make the celebration of African American literacy
a traditional part of Black History Month activities
Choose a book a poem, or a story by an African-American author.
Read to your children, your grandchildren, step children,
share a book with friends.
Select a book by an African-American author for your monthly book club
It does not have to be in a large group or a public event.
It can be as simple as bringing together family and friends in a
private setting or as elaborate as arranging public readings and media
presentations that feature professional African American writers
Anyone can read: Students, Teachers, Elected Officials, Parents, Grandparents, etc
As host, you are responsible for hosting an African American Read-In during the month of February and submitting a short report about your event that
includes the location,number of attendees, and books featured.
You do not need to register in advance.
Note: The Host Report Card is to be submitted after your Read-In event.
Further questions write to, firstname.lastname@example.org or Jenna Fournel, email@example.com
Please if you are having a Read In let me know, firstname.lastname@example.org