Innovation comes from, one, acknowledging yourself; two, studying and understanding the problem; and three, finding a solution.
I suggest school buses make stops at local libraries so that children who do not have resources like books at home can get access. – Marley Dias
Most girls spend most of their time at school. If real change comes from hearing our voices, it has to start in school, but school is a place where black girls tend to experience microaggressions. Microaggressions are not always obvious, ugly, or terrible things, but they make you feel as though your voice does not […]
My goal for the #1000BlackGirlBooks campaign is to create systemic change across all school systems. I want there to be diverse books that reflect the lives of every person, regardless of whether or not they are in the majority. – Marley Dias
It was the desire to see black girls and our experiences in the books that I was given to read at school that forced me to speak my truth. I launched #1000BlackGirlBooks, a book drive to collect the stories of women of color. – Marley Dias