Bread and Roses on 09/03/10
Reading is a radical act. Books change people; people change the world. But Portland's high drop-out rate has means large numbers of adults in our community are stuck without high school diplomas and in low-wage jobs. In this celebration of Internatinal Litearcy Day, find out how to get involved in tutoring adults who need a GED or who want to learn to read. And: can books be dangerous? Get ready for Banned Books Week--Hear the latest about banned and challenged books.
Guests: Melissa Madenski, library adult literacy coordinator; Rosetta Pettijohn, director of a free Spanish language school completion program for adults; Kay Talbot, volunteer tutor trainer from Portland Community College.