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Gallery Walk

Former intern Emily shares how students in the Young Authors' Book Project observe images of different social justices from across modern history and respond to them. They consider the connection of who they are and how they relate to the greater social context.

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826DC is Recruiting Two AmeriCorps Service Members

826DC is seeking two creative, experienced, dynamic, and highly organized AmeriCorps VISTA service members who will support the development and growth of our various programs as our next Volunteer Coordinator and Institutional Relations Specialist.

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What is the Young Authors’ Book Project?

Former intern Emily talks about Young Authors' Book Project-with Bruce Monroe Elementary and the SEED School of Washington DC-and it's focus on social justice issues, cultural identity, and the intersecting and celebration of cultures.

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826DC and Schools In Need—How Do We Help?

Writing is challenging, especially for students who have experienced a life that didn't make it fun or possible. Former intern Olive talks about how 826DC turns that around and not only helps students with their writing skills, but helps make the process of writing a rewarding and validating experience that bolsters their confidence and allows them to embrace their ability.

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