Classroom Resources for Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month 

May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. During this month we recognize the contributions of Asian and Pacific Americans to our history. 

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Partner Program in Rwanda Promotes Women’s Human Rights through Education

ProLiteracy works with partners throughout the world to provide the basic human right of education, and today, on Human Rights Day, we want to highlight the latest initiative of SEVOTA, our partner program in Rwanda.  

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Prison Education Program Lifts Voices from the Inside

.A nonprofit organization in Miami, Florida, believes in the power of educationby teaching self-expression through writing. 

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Teacher Resources for Hispanic Heritage Month

National Hispanic Heritage Month takes place from September 15 to October 15 and celebrates the accomplishments of Hispanic Americans and their contributions to our history. To fully understand America’s present, we need to understand all aspects of what shaped it. Hispanic heritage is woven into American history through arts, civil rights, politics, science, sports, and more. 

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Program Navigates Need to Spread Health Literacy and Access to Basic Needs

Eight years ago, something really great happened in Alaska. The Alaska Literacy ProgramProvidence Alaska Medical Center, and University of Alaska Anchorage collaborated to find a way to reach and address the health care needs of the immigrant and refugee community: people helping people. 

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