ONLINEChanging the World One Word at a Time: Read Aloud and Conversation With Alex Gino

Top Pick June 3, 2021 Free
Alex Gino (Photo: Christoph Rieger)
Alex Gino (Photo: Christoph Rieger)

Alex Gino is the author of “George,” “You Don’t Know Everything, Jilly P!” and “Rick.” They’ve been an activist and advocate for LGBTQIA+ communities since 1997 and are currently a member of PEN America and a mentor for We Need Diverse Books.

By registering, you have a chance to win a signed copy of one of Alex’s books. Two winners will be randomly selected from the pool of attendees. No purchase is required.

The event will be moderated by Marsha Frith, education director for the Florida region; Michelle Magner, education director for the Washington, D.C., region; and Jinnie Spiegler, director of curriculum and training for the ADL.

A Q&A with the author will follow the presentation.

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