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Ready for a cozy weekend? Join Equal Justice Needham for Families on Sunday January 31st at 5pm for Family Storytime. This month's Family Storytime will be sponsored by the Trustees of the
Needham Free Public Library (NFPL). As part of its 2021 McIver Lecture Series, the NFPL in collaboration with EJNF will present guest author Michelle Chalmers, who will read for us her children's book The Skin on My Chin.

ABOUT THIS EVENT
Equal Justice Needham for Families’ monthly Family Storytime series are designed for adults and children who wish to learn about racial identities, social justice, and empathy. This free event will be hosted on Zoom but reservations are required for the NFPL to send you a link.

** Register here: needhamma.assabetinteractive.com/calendar/2021-january/

ABOUT MICHELLE CHALMERS
Michelle is a racial justice educator, facilitator of diversity
conversations, and author of children’s books: Vitamin D and Me,
The Story of METCO, and The Skin on My Chin – a fun rhyming
picture book that may help you answer some of your children’s
questions about skin color. After the story, Michelle will have a Q&A session that will offer jumping off points for family conversations.

EQUAL JUSTICE NEEDHAM FOR FAMILIES is a working group within Equal Justice in Needham. We focus on anti-biased education initiatives for families and caregivers to support children in developing empathetic, anti-biased, and inclusive worldviews.

FOR MORE INFORMATION about this events, email us at ejnforfamilies@gmail.com
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Looking for something to do over winter break? Join Equal Justice Needham for Families on Sunday December 27th at 5pm for Family Storytime with Emily Touchet, founding member of EJNF.

Emily will be reading two books exploring what makes a family and how our connections to family lineage shape us. The first book is “Love Makes a Family” by Sophie Beer. The second book is “Alma and How She Got Her Name” by Juana Martinez-Neal. There will be an activity! Please come with something to write/draw with and some paper. The Zoom link will be sent out in an email after you register.

Register on Eventbrite to receive the link to the event:
www.eventbrite.com/e/equal-justice-in-needham-family-storytime-with-emily-touchet-tickets-1326786...

Equal Justice Needham for Families’ monthly Family Storytime series are designed for adults and children who wish to learn about racial identities, social justice, and empathy. This free event will be hosted on Zoom.
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