Here’s an idea in the midst of COVID-19 isolation: Cook up something fresh and delicious with family and friends, wherever they live around the world. Author and world traveler Lynne Golodner invites readers to tour American history, our nation’s varied cultures and the world’s great religious traditions with stories and recipes of delicious, diverse breads.
The Michigan State University Bias Busters team, which has produced more than a dozen books helping readers understand diversity in America, now is partnering with the Education Writers Association to help journalists produce fair, accurate and balanced reports on diversity in education.
For Pride Month in June 2020, Susan Stitt tells the story of Front Edge Publishing’s long-standing commitment to LGBTQ inclusivity. This is part of our over-arching commitment to encouraging the appreciation of diversity in all forms, including racial, religious and cultural diversity. As Susan tells the story, she highlights some of the best books on LGBTQ inclusion that are used today in small groups nationwide.
Susan Stitt recommends six fun and inspiring books that Mom will enjoy—including one on diverse traditions in bread baking (perhaps one of those traditions connects with your family) and a delightful book by Bishop Laurie Haller about the importance of play and purpose in our lives. In the midst of COVID-19, Americans are reading more books than ever!
A commitment to religious and cultural diversity is a pillar of Front Edge Publishing, which shines during seasonal celebrations like the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan. In this column, we introduce the author of “Beauty of Ramadan”—Najah Bazzy, the internationally known cross-cultural peacemaker and founder of Zaman International. From CNN to PEOPLE magazine, Najah has been honored for her work that focuses on helping at-risk women and children.