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Program Library of Congress Literacy Awards

2021 Winners and Honorees

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Webinar: Culturally Relevant Literacy Approaches

Dr. Gholdy Muhammad, Library of Congress Literacy Awards Advisory Board Member and author of "Cultivating Genius: An Equity Framework for Culturally and Historically Responsive Literacy,” facilitates a conversation on successful practices and culturally relevant literacy approaches.

Webinar: Places and Spaces to Grow Literacy

Allister Chang, Library of Congress Literacy Awards Advisory Board Member facilitates a conversation on successful practices for growing literacy programs and services in unique places and spaces.

Webinar: Literacy Education Beyond the Classroom

Don Vu, Library of Congress Literacy Awards Advisory Board Member and author of "Life, Literacy, and the Pursuit of Happiness: Supporting Our Immigrant and Refugee Children Through the Power of Reading," facilitates a conversation on successful practices related to literacy education beyond the classroom.

Webinar: Serving Adult Literacy Needs

Dr. Loriene Roy, Library of Congress Literacy Awards Advisory Board Member and Professor in the School of Information at The University of Texas at Austin, facilitates a conversation on successful practices in the field of serving adult literacy needs.

Press Release: Library of Congress Celebrates Successful Literacy Practices with New Video and Four-Part Webinar Series

The 2021 Library of Congress Literacy Award Winners and Honorees are featured in a new video available on the Library’s website, where representatives from all of the selected organizations will participate in a four-part webinar series that will debut in the winter of 2020.

Press Release: Library of Congress Announces Winners of 2021 Literacy Awards on International Literacy Day

The Library of Congress recognizes the top three organizations working to expand literacy and promote reading in the 2021 Library of Congress Literacy Awards. Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden announced the top prizes are being awarded to Dolly Parton's Imagination Library, the Parents as Teachers National Center and the Luminos Fund.