#RepresentationMatters in Your School Library

#RepresentationMatters in Your School Library

October 04, 2018, 11:00 AM - 11:45 AM

NYPL 476 5th Ave – Classroom A

Meet New York City school librarians to learn how to choose and use the best graphic novels and comics for representing diversity within your school library. These experts will offer insight on how to build a diverse collection of titles for middle school and high school students. As well as share ready-to-use ideas for special programming, curricular connections, and marketing materials to help integrate these featured titles into your collection.

CTLE Credit Available for Eligible Attendees.





  • Arlene Laverde


  • Jillian Ehlers


  • Christina Gavin


  • Kyra Wolfe


  • Melissa Ahart


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  1. Category
    • Educator
    • Librarian
  2. Type of Event
    Panels, Screenings & Special Events
  3. Venue New York Public Library - 476 5th Ave

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