We’re so pleased to introduce you to Harini Kadambi, the new Development Systems Specialist – AmeriCorps VISTA here at 826DC!Continue reading “Meet the Staff: Harini Kadambi”
826DC is looking for journalism reading recommendations to share with a cohort of seventh-grade scholars at Brookland Middle School!
We’re working with them on an anthology of narrative journalism for this year’s Young Authors’ Book Project. Their writing will explore and express what it’s really like to live and grow up in Washington, DC.
What We’re Interested In
Must-read columns, editorial writing that got you thinking, great local reporting about DC, an interview in which you learned something unexpected, and/or can’t-miss narrative features! If you have any favorite journalists, we’d love to hear about them, too.
How To Share With Us
Drop us links in this Google Form.
Other Ways to Support this Project (and Others Like it)
–Help us spread the word about this upcoming book! If you join our list of 826DC Ambassadors, we’ll email you when the proverbial beans are ready to spill.
–Make a one-time or recurring donation of any size here online.
–Share your talents with DC students as an 826DC volunteer. The Young Authors’ Book Project is just one of the free programs you can support! Get started here.