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Check out the Black Heritage Topic Guide on the Virtual Learning Commons for books, videos and more great resources!
February is Black Heritage Month Check out these titles on Sora
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Sergio Sees the Good
Cats versus Dogs
Siha Tooskin Knows the Strength of His Hair
I'm New Here
The Proudest Blue
The Day You Begin
The One and Only Bob
And Then the Seed Grew
This is Your Brain on Stereotypes
Practice Self Care
Stella Diaz Has Something to Say
Breathe Like a Bear
Benefits of Being an Octopus
The World Needs Who You Were Made to Be

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 Video of the Week

Hidden Figures: The True Story of Four Black Women and the Space Race

Hidden Figures: The True Story of Four Black Women and the Space Race

Grades: K-5      Time: 15:21 minutes
Producer: Weston Woods

Based on the New York Times bestselling book and the Academy Award–nominated movie, here is the incredibly inspiring true story of four black women who helped NASA launch men into space to picture book readers! Dorothy Vaughan, Mary Jackson, Katherine Johnson, and Christine Darden were good at math… really good. They participated in some of NASA’s greatest successes, like providing the calculations for America’s first journeys into space. And they did so during a time when being black and a woman limited what they could do. But they worked hard. They persisted. And they used their genius minds to change the world. This is the story of four female African American mathematicians at NASA, known as “computers,” and how they overcame gender and racial barriers to succeed in a highly challenging STEM-based career.

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