Writing Program Faculty Member Susan Muaddi-Darraj in Op-ed in Baltimore Sun

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“In 2018, just 1% of children’s books featured an American Indian/First Native protagonist. That’s 23 out of 3,134 books published. Only 5%, or 170 books, starred Latinx children, while Asian Pacific Islanders and Asian Americans were the central characters in 7%, or 218 books. African American children were the main characters in 10%, or 301 of these books.”

So notes faculty member Susan Muaddi-Darraj in an Op-ed in Baltimore Sun.