OverDrive is making anti-racism and social justice books available to libraries at no charge and with simultaneous use as part of a program called Black Lives Matter: Community Read. "The titles included ... are focused on #ownvoices and are intended to help patrons read, listen, learn and grow as they expand their knowledge of race relations," the company notes, with titles including "The Hate U Give," (available June 22 – July 19 in e-book and audiobook) "Me and White Supremacy" (available June 22 - July 12 in e-book) and "The New Jim Crow" (available June 15 – July 15 in audiobook) and "So You Want to Talk About Race" expected to be available in the future as an audiobook.
Full Story: OverDrive (6/22)
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