Readvolutionary is a non-profit project aimed at sharing anti-racism, identity, and multicultural literature with the El Paso community. The purpose is to open up dialogue within the community, more specifically our youth. Allowing for the creation and expression of their own opinions and ideas rather than projecting ours onto them. Hopeful it will result in the understanding of not only oneself but each other so that we may successfully be “El Paso Strong.”

Uploaded on 06.15.2020 by El Paso Museum of History

Central / Downtown, (2020 - 2029), Education

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