February 10, 2014

The Power of Literacy

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On this episode of Regionally Speaking, aired on February 3, 2014, Gladys Haddad speaks with Deborah McHamm, the President and CEO of A Cultural Exchange. The non-profit organization began in Cleveland, OH to promote literacy as an empowering tool and to provide books for those who do not have the means of getting them. McHamm talks extensively of her projects, including Ready Baby Read and Busy Bookmobile, and how to make books the center of a new community of young people.

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(left) Gladys Haddad, host of Regionally Speaking
(right) Deborah McHamm, President and CEO of A Cultural Exchange

Posted by: Kathryn Witkowski February 10, 2014 01:45 AM | Category: education


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I wonder whether US is completely literate or not. It is good to see NPOs promoting literacy as an empowering tool in advanced countries.

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