- Children’s Literature: Braving Our Endangered World
Children’s Literature: Braving Our Endangered World
Writers for children and young adults show how people interact with nature, and reveal the world as a fascinating and ever-changing place with troubles all its own—rising temperatures, shrinking ice caps, and decreasing biodiversity.
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We are deeply troubled by the news that Mongolian writer and historian Lhamjab Borjigin has gone to trial for charges connected to his writing and his historical research. Historical inquiry is not a crime. #LhamjabBorjigin #Mongolia https://t.co/J0w8IT5fhv
Disinformation campaigns are now being waged by foreign AND domestic actors.
PEN America's Truth on the Ballot report examines the normalization of fraudulent news and calls on public servants and political groups to re-commit to respecting #truth: https://t.co/p0mxZfGSK7
"If the Cuban government really wants to support and elevate the cultural sector, creating a new generation of cultural inspectors does not inspire any kind of trust," Laura Kaurer, administrator of Artists at Risk Connection (#FF @AtRiskArtists), told @elnuevoherald.