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What We Do

Promote early literacy and language development, which includes supporting families and early education programs with access to culturally relevant and developmentally appropriate children’s books and supplementary resources.

Read to Succeed

Developed by the National Black Child Development Institute (NBCDI), the Read to Succeed program is designed to promote early literacy and language development by supporting families with children between birth and eight years old to establish home libraries with culturally responsive and developmentally appropriate children’s books and providing them with supplementary resources through our National Village Network, including BCDI-Atlanta. With support from NBCDI and local partners, BCDI-Atlanta provides young children and their families with children’s books featuring children of color and their families, designed to foster early literacy skills and establish at-home libraries.


Click HERE to download the NBCDI Overview

Our Literacy Partners

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