Monthly Archives: January 2015

Black Lives Matter: A.N.T.s

As part of the #BlackLivesMatter movement, our Curriculum & Creativity Coordinator created and performed a piece sharing her thoughts. Well received by many, Lori has been invited to perform this piece at various venues across DC and the country. * Some language in the piece below may be offensive to young readers. By: Lori Pitts […]

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Love.

“I believe unarmed truth and unconditional love will have the final word.” – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. At Reach, we’ve been doing a lot of thinking about what makes us unique. We’re so proud of the organization we’re building. Something exciting is happening. But, what exactly is the “special sauce” that makes Reach different? […]

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You Gave. We’ll Give.

Last month, we launched a challenge. We challenged you to help us raise $75,000 during the month of December. We’re so proud to announce that we raised $97,080. With your generosity, we will be able to support our programs serving readers and leaders in DC schools. And, as promised, because you gave, we’ll give. We will […]

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