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Excition: 12-year-old Marley Dias will publish activism guide for kids and teens #BlackHistory Month #black excellence PAN-AFRICAN ROOTS MOVE Twelve-year-old Marley Dias proved once again that she is a hero we all need! With the help of the Scholastic, Marley is publishing an activism guide for children and teens. In a press release she wrote: โ€œI am so excited to be doing this book with Scholastic,โ€ Marley said. โ€œAll my friends can probably only name one publishing house and that is Scholastic; they are everywhere. Scholastic is the perfect partner for spreading my message of diversity, inclusion and social action.โ€ The book will target kids ages 10 and up and will teach them how to turn their passion into action. The book will explain things like activism, social justice, volunteerism, and equity. The book will also encourage literacy and diversity and guide young people to use their strength to create positive changes. The book will be released in spring 2018. This book is something that weโ€™ve been waiting for so long! Growing a healthy generation is very important. Kids have to know how important it is to fight for their rights and equality. They have to learn about the diversity. With books like this and kids like this, our future will be so bright! move9 move themove moveorginization westphiladelphia somethingsneverchange onthemove cornelwest mumiaabujamal hate5six philadelphia knowledgeispower blackpride blackpower blacklivesmatter unite panafricanrootsmove blackhistorymonth
Excition: 12-year-old Marley Dias will publish activism
 guide for kids and teens
 #BlackHistory Month
 #black excellence
 PAN-AFRICAN ROOTS MOVE
Twelve-year-old Marley Dias proved once again that she is a hero we all need! With the help of the Scholastic, Marley is publishing an activism guide for children and teens. In a press release she wrote: โ€œI am so excited to be doing this book with Scholastic,โ€ Marley said. โ€œAll my friends can probably only name one publishing house and that is Scholastic; they are everywhere. Scholastic is the perfect partner for spreading my message of diversity, inclusion and social action.โ€ The book will target kids ages 10 and up and will teach them how to turn their passion into action. The book will explain things like activism, social justice, volunteerism, and equity. The book will also encourage literacy and diversity and guide young people to use their strength to create positive changes. The book will be released in spring 2018. This book is something that weโ€™ve been waiting for so long! Growing a healthy generation is very important. Kids have to know how important it is to fight for their rights and equality. They have to learn about the diversity. With books like this and kids like this, our future will be so bright! move9 move themove moveorginization westphiladelphia somethingsneverchange onthemove cornelwest mumiaabujamal hate5six philadelphia knowledgeispower blackpride blackpower blacklivesmatter unite panafricanrootsmove blackhistorymonth

Twelve-year-old Marley Dias proved once again that she is a hero we all need! With the help of the Scholastic, Marley is publishing an ac...

Excition: Harvard Law Review Elects 1st Black Female President in Its 130-Year History 17th soulja4 The Harvard Law Review has elected the first black woman to serve as president in the legal journalโ€™s 130-year history. ImeIme A. Umana, a native of Harrisburg, Pa., will serve as the 131st leader of the organization. The Harvard Crimson reports that as an undergraduate at Harvard, she double-majored in government and African-American studies. She graduated in 2014 and is expecting to receive her J.D. in 2018, according to her LinkedIn profile.In an email to the Crimson, outgoing Law Review President Michael L. Zuckerman wrote that he is excited to see where Umana takes the publication in the coming year. โ€œImeIme is one of the most brilliant, thoughtful, and caring people Iโ€™ve met, and the Law Review is in phenomenally good hands,โ€ Zuckerman wrote. Umana was selected from a field of 12 candidates, eight of whom were women and eight of whom were people of color, according to Zuckerman. All candidates for president must answer questions from a forum of editors, write responses to submitted questions and participate in mock editorial activities. โ€œImeImeโ€™s election as the Law Reviewโ€™s first female black president is historic,โ€ Zuckerman wrote. โ€œFor a field in which women and people of color have for too much of our past been marginalized or underrepresented, her election is an important and encouraging step toward a richer and more inclusive legal conversation.โ€In her job as president, Umana will oversee the work of 90 student editors and staff members as well as communicate with a group of writers that includes faculty members. โ€œKnowing ImeIme, I canโ€™t wait to applaud her in a yearโ€™s time for the extraordinary work that I am certain she will do,โ€ Zuckerman wrote. The Crimson reports that Umanaโ€™s election comes just as the Law Review seeks to accept editors from a wider variety of backgrounds. Last year it elected the most diverse class of editors in its history. In addition, in 2013 the journal expanded its affirmative action policy to include gender as a factor in its admissions process. 17thsoulja BlackIG17th blackexcellence
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The Harvard Law Review has elected the first black woman to serve as president in the legal journalโ€™s 130-year history. ImeIme A. Umana, a native of Harrisburg, Pa., will serve as the 131st leader of the organization. The Harvard Crimson reports that as an undergraduate at Harvard, she double-majored in government and African-American studies. She graduated in 2014 and is expecting to receive her J.D. in 2018, according to her LinkedIn profile.In an email to the Crimson, outgoing Law Review President Michael L. Zuckerman wrote that he is excited to see where Umana takes the publication in the coming year. โ€œImeIme is one of the most brilliant, thoughtful, and caring people Iโ€™ve met, and the Law Review is in phenomenally good hands,โ€ Zuckerman wrote. Umana was selected from a field of 12 candidates, eight of whom were women and eight of whom were people of color, according to Zuckerman. All candidates for president must answer questions from a forum of editors, write responses to submitted questions and participate in mock editorial activities. โ€œImeImeโ€™s election as the Law Reviewโ€™s first female black president is historic,โ€ Zuckerman wrote. โ€œFor a field in which women and people of color have for too much of our past been marginalized or underrepresented, her election is an important and encouraging step toward a richer and more inclusive legal conversation.โ€In her job as president, Umana will oversee the work of 90 student editors and staff members as well as communicate with a group of writers that includes faculty members. โ€œKnowing ImeIme, I canโ€™t wait to applaud her in a yearโ€™s time for the extraordinary work that I am certain she will do,โ€ Zuckerman wrote. The Crimson reports that Umanaโ€™s election comes just as the Law Review seeks to accept editors from a wider variety of backgrounds. Last year it elected the most diverse class of editors in its history. In addition, in 2013 the journal expanded its affirmative action policy to include gender as a factor in its admissions process. 17thsoulja BlackIG17th blackexcellence

The Harvard Law Review has elected the first black woman to serve as president in the legal journalโ€™s 130-year history. ImeIme A. Umana,...

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