Posted on September 5, 2020 by lockehardy
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Category: activism, BIPOC, Black Culture and Identity, Community Involvement, enslavement, Environmental Activism, feminism, Global Community, Historical Figures, Independent Thought, Indigenous Voices, latinx, LGBT, Own Voices, Uncategorized, women in leadership, women in politics, young adult
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Posted on July 17, 2020 by lockehardy
Category: activism, Community Involvement, Culture & Traditions, Family, feminism, friendship, Girls Outdoors, Global Community, Historical Fiction, Historical Figures, Independent Thought, Own Voices, Social-Emotional Learning, Uncategorized, young adult
Tags: Anna Clare LeZott, Deaf, Deaf Community, Family, growing up, Indigenous People, interracial marriage, Marthas Vineyard, Marthas Vineyard Sign Language, middle grade, MVSL, prejudice, racism, sibling death, siblings, Wampanoag
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