During the month of February, schools, churches, libraries, bookstores, community and professional organizations, and interested citizens are urged to make literacy a significant part of Black History Month by taking part in an African American Read-In. #AARI22 is a great time to visit the NCTE Video Library!
The NCTE Video Library is available to all NCTE members, housing more than 150 recordings of NCTE events, including professional learning sessions, Member Gatherings, webinars, author talks, and more. Access the Video Library by logging into your ncte.org account and clicking on the Video Library tile on the bottom righthand corner of your screen.
Here are some suggested videos that can be used during the African American Read-In:
How will you use the NCTE Video Library as part of #AARI22 and beyond?
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