MLK Day represents more than a day off of work or away from school. It is a day to remember one of the leading voices of racial justice and equality for more than a decade in the mid-1900s.
Author: Shawn Chambers
This timeline of important events of the Civil Rights Movement and fight for racial justice led to the passing of the Civil Rights Act in 1964 and the Voting Rights Act in 1965. For each event a few books are listed, both fiction and non-fiction, that bring the events and people to life. Take a book walk through history to learn about these determined, brave, fascinating people who stood together so no one stood alone.
Just click on a book cover and watch the video read aloud! Choose from more than 50 stories, including the featured story, wonderfully performed by the book’s author, Hannah Lee. The story is called My Hair. It is a joyful look at the creativity, style, and love that is expressed in the care and appreciation of hair.
As we begin a new (and brighter) year, we take a moment to look back on the many highlights and accomplishments from 2020. In Early Learning Indiana’s more than a century of service, this will go down as the year our work mattered most. Thank you for the support that made this year possible.
Early Learning Indiana Will Provide Another Boost to Child Care Programs With Second Grant from Lilly Endowment Inc.
INDIANAPOLIS (Dec. 17, 2020) – Early Learning Indiana announced today that another round of Come Back Stronger Fund grants will soon be made available to help sustain Indiana’s supply of high-quality early care and learning opportunities.
Close your eyes and picture yourself crawling through caves, climbing ocean cliffs, making the game winning basket, winning a singing competition, or outsmarting a fire breathing dragon! These stories and @home activities can take you places you have never been to do amazing things!