Michigan Barber School to host reading program to increase literacy among black boys May 4

The Michigan Barber School knows the ability to read is essential to a child’s success today and in the future. So with that in mind on May 4 it will join Barbershop Books to promote literacy in its shop.

Michigan Barber School to host reading program to increase literacy among black boys May 4

Barbershop Books is a community-based program that creates child-friendly reading spaces in barbershops and provides early literacy training to barbers across the U.S. The goal is to help black boys ages 4-8 identify as readers by connecting books and reading to a male-centered space, and by involving black men in boys’ early reading experiences.

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