In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, check out this list of books written by Latinx/Hispanic authors designed for all grade levels that explore the rich culture and history of the Latinx/Hispanic community.
We are thrilled to announce Kinnari Patel-Smyth will be joining the KIPP Foundation leadership team as President and updates to our board.
This Hispanic Heritage Month we celebrate Latinx activists, from different Latin American heritages, who have made it their life’s work to advocate for social justice, organize movements, and, like we encourage our KIPPsters: build a more just world.
In the midst of national protests to end police brutality after the shootings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Jacob Blake, KIPP alumni around the country are calling for change and showing their support through their art and activism.
Talking to kids about race, racism, and identity is core to supporting a positive in-school experience, and promoting future academic success and sense of belonging. Literature draws students in when it shows them a mirror of their own experience, and gives them a window into a new world. As you build out your school, home, or classroom library this year, check out these suggested books to incorporate in your lessons by grade level.
Mental health resources for BIPOC that continue Bebe Moore Campbell’s work through technology, education and support.
Get inspired from this virtual speech by KIPP Memphis Collegiate High School 2020 valedictorian TaVonte Campbell who was recently featured on Chalkbeat Tennessee.