Reach Out and Read In the News
Our Commitment to Racial Equity
As our nation reckons with systemic racism and the deep and historic inequities that have long existed, the Reach Out and Read community reckons with our role and our responsibility to take action. We often talk about our platform – a platform for opportunity for children in the earliest years and months of life. And yet that […]
Reach Out and Read's National Book Committee promotes diversity, equity, and inclusion. By collaborating with the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) they are continuing to work together to tackle the systemic issues preventing children from thriving.
You go into pediatrics – and perhaps especially primary care pediatrics – because you believe in the remarkable potential of children and the pure joy of watching – and helping – them grow. You find yourself working with Reach Out and Read because you believe in the power of parents and caregivers – ALL parents […]
Telehealth and virtual medicine have quickly become important tools to care for patients during this unprecedented health care crisis. The message from our network of providers was loud and clear, “We need guidance on how to deliver Reach Out and Read in a telehealth well-child visit.” So, we got to work! We gathered input from […]
The Clinton Foundation and Reach Out and Read were both established on the belief that everyone, no matter their background and means, deserves a chance to succeed. We are honored that our #ReadTogether project continues to be recognized and promoted as a way to support the community during the Pandemic by encouraging families to read […]
New England Patriots Super Bowl Champion, children’s book author, and youth literacy advocate, Malcolm Mitchell and Reach Out and Read come together to support developing minds across the country and give children of all backgrounds and means a better start to life. A Georgia resident, Mitchell is a strong supporter of Reach Out and Read […]