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Click through to our new, improved & updated May Shenanigans & Resource Roundup, where you can find resources and calls to action in unpacking the following topics with kiddos:
  • Engaging way to simplify the concept of labor rights for May Day
  • Learning how reporting, publishers & artists open our eyes to inequality during World Press Freedom Day
  • Why we should create safe spaces National Bird Day them despite how much these tiny futuristic dinosaurs scare the crap out of me
  • Getting kids to understand invisible labor
  • What causes famine? What can we do about it?
  • Who was Vincent Chin, and why do we say his name?
  • What are the most obvious tropes against American Asian & Pacific Islanders (AAPI)?
  • How do we stay resilient & support each other through AAPI hertiage month in the midst of increasing anti-AAPI violence?
  • Composting - starting small and having fun with it
  • What’s wrong with the way we portray mental health conditions in kidlit?
  • What’s the difference between bravery and courage?
  • Calls to action: How you can fight for disability rights, support collective art therapy, and #FreeBlackMamas with just a few clicks?
  • Our favorite books this month!
And probably more! So much! And you only have to read one book to change the world!
There’s something for everybody in here, is what I’m trying to say.

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May Resource Roundup - Raising Luminaries
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