We’re excited to announce our next book club book, “The Four Winds”, by Kristin Hannah. “The Four Winds seems eerily prescient in 2021 . . . Its message is galvanizing and hopeful: We are a nation of scrappy survivors. We’ve been in dire straits before; we will be again. Hold your people close.”―The New York Times
Habari gani? Ujima! In the third day of this Kwanzaa series, Kyla Maryangelene teaches us about the 7 Symbols of Kwanzaa.
Habari gana? Kujichagulia! In the 2nd day of this Kwanzaa series, Kyla MaryAngelene teaches us more about the 7 principles of Kwanzaa.
Habari gani? Umoja! This week, Kyla Maryangelene will be sharing the 7 days of Kwanzaa with us. Watch to learn about today’s principle: Umoja.
In this Signs of Hope video, Jessie Sereda tries to explain the hope in Christmas to her 4 year old daughter.
In this video, one of our social media producers, Sam, shares her favorite sign of hope in winter, the first snowfall.
This holiday season, we offer you signs, stories, and songs of hope, which aim to meet you where you are and point to a warm future.
In this video, Joy Zimmerman shares a song about memory and longing, lighting a candle for a loved one during this precious time of year.
In this video, Mark Orendorf shares the story of one young man’s time at camp, and the hope he found in a surprising place, a ring toss game.
In this video, which is part of our Signs of Hope series, Evan Closser shares a soothing lullaby that he wrote for his niece, Adelaide.
In this video, BA Huffman shares his arrangement of “Away in a Manger” he recorded back in 1997 while sharing a view of his Christmas tree.
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