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If you are as excited as we are about the upcoming release of Just Indian, our new book by first-time Native American author Jackie Neypes, then you might want to learn more about the Washoe tribe that Jackie descends from. … Continue reading

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The last week of September is the nationally recognized “banned books week,” during which the books that have been banned or challenged in schools, libraries, and other institutions are celebrated for the contributions they provide. It is precisely these kinds of books ­ … Continue reading

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  We are proud and happy to announce we will shortly publish our first bilingual children’s book, Mari’s Journey, by Kathleen Delaney. The book tells the story of a curious Emperor butterfly named Mari. In the story, she travels through … Continue reading

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As you’ve likely read in the news over the last week, megastore Target has announced that it will remove gender-based signage in its toy, bedding, and home decor sections. We here at AcuteByDesign are especially interested in the toy department. … Continue reading

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  This will be part of a series of posts about what lessons we can learn from different famous figures – whether they are authors, artists, thought leaders, politicians, humanitarian figures, or those important to diversity in this world. The … Continue reading

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