WE ARE WORKING TO HAVE BOOK-SHARING STATIONS IN EVERY COMMUNITY OF COLOR THROUGHOUT GEORGIA.
Our first priority is Clayton County, Georgia, the location of our agency’s head office.
We impact communities through our free book-sharing stations. Our stations include a diverse collection of books by authors who speak to the lives of everyday people and families: Black, Indigeous, Hispanic and other POC, including topics related to the LGBTQ+ community.
We also impact communities by bringing people together. Book-sharing stations create opportunities for conversation; conversations around identity, representation, and just plain ole life!
FAST FACTS ABOUT
FAMILY LITERACY OF GEORGIA
By the end of 2022, Family Literacy of Georgia will place 20 book-sharing stations in Clayton County neighborhoods.
Distributed since 2021 at 10 book-sharing stewards throughout Clayton County, Georgia within the Read in Color Program. Valued at $45,000.
The approximate number of families impacted by Family Literacy of Georgia book-sharing stations. On average, one book is shared 3 times.