Reading to End Racism

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RER logoReading to End Racism (RER) is an inter-generational literacy program designed to engage first through fifth grade students with books and personal stories, and spark discussion about eliminating racism, bullying and discrimination. 

RER provides training, resources and support for volunteers, teachers and parents to talk with their children about racism and discrimination.

“I learned that when you see someone alone, you should go make them feel better and make a new friend.”
Student, Foothill Elementary School

2021-2022 School Year

Our Reading to End Racism (RER) volunteers and staff are excited for another year of the program this fall! We’re looking forward to interacting with more students with our readings and discussions. Stay tuned for schools/dates/times.

Questions? Contact Shiquita Yarbrough at 303-443-0419 x103 or