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Ms. Marvel: Kamala Khan – The Depiction of Muslim Women

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Ms. Marvel is a comic book focusing on Kamala Khan, a New Jersey born and raised Pakistani Muslim. The Comic books creation involved Sana Amanat, an American born Pakistani Muslim

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That could be you!: Empowering kids with Children’s Book Biographies

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“Children are great imitators, so give them something great to imitate.” – Joy D. Jones As young children, we look up to the people we see: our guardians, our older

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A Separate Peace

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“The tree was not only stripped by the cold season, it seemed weary from age, enfeebled, dry. I was thankful, very thankful that I had seen it. So the more

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Speak: The Graphic Novel

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Speak is about the struggle of a teenage girl finding her voice and strength after being raped at a party. The novel was published in 1999 by Laurie Halse Anderson

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Luna Fest | By, For, and About Women

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Luna fest is a short film festival that focuses on empowering women. Women in the film industry have had typical roles within Hollywood such as the model, the insufferable one,

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OCD in Picture Books

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Throughout elementary school – predominantly from ages six to eight – I spent about one full hour each night at my kitchen table going through the contents of my backpack,

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