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Michelle Markel
Picture book author (fiction, non-fiction, biography), speaker and instructor. Art, love, beauty and social justice!
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Michelle Markel Oct 22
The book is also about being an active, engaged citizen - someone who votes not for selfish reasons, but for the COMMON GOOD!
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Melissa Stewart Oct 15
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Melissa Stewart Oct 14
This one-of-a-kind resource is now available for preorder!
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Michelle Markel Sep 28
Replying to @Shoq
Le Bureau (Sundance Now) is about France's DGSE (equivalent to our CIA).International spy drama. SUPERB writing and acting. Binged through it all. It will spoil you.
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Michelle Markel Sep 17
Honored. Love your choices. There's power in the union!
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Michelle Markel Sep 10
CONGRATULATIONS to , on the publication of her first book! Gorgeous art & text. Makes me want to visit the pier, dip my toes in the water and admire the sea creatures. Honored to have been her teacher at UCLA .
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Aisha Saeed (please vote!) Sep 8
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Michelle Markel Sep 8
Loving the 60's vibe!
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Peachtree Publishing Company Sep 7
Happy ! Enjoy a much-needed day off thanks to and her dedicated fight for workers' rights. And learn more about this inspiring in THANKS TO FRANCES PERKINS—available now!
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Michelle Markel Sep 7
Glad to see BRAVE GIRL on this excellent list of kid's books for Labor Day. At a time when essential workers are risking their lives & deserve protection & in many cases a living wage.
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Michelle Markel Sep 5
Congratulations! Expose those fault lines before the whole foundations breaks apart!
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Sandra Neil Wallace has 2 books out in 2020 🗽 Sep 4
On ? Enter THE TEACHERS MARCH! & the chance to bring the story of 105 teacher heroes into your life or your students’ lives & learn the power of protest & standing up for your rights. 🏫
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Michelle Markel Sep 5
Thanks for sharing!
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Michelle Markel Aug 23
Bravo for this thread! There should be a piece on history of successful “movements”- including specific details about strategies that worked- PR, outreach, actions/protests…
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Michelle Markel Aug 4
A nice pairing! Glad to see Brave Girl in such good company.
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Michelle Markel Jul 30
Happy that my book on HRC is part of this assemblage! Thanks, Kate!
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Michelle Markel Jul 10
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Michelle Markel Jul 10
Congrats, Patricia!
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Michelle Markel Jul 6
Honored.From their website: "we shouldn’t shy away from the injustice, oppression, and darkness embedded in the American story. As Douglass said, “it is not light that is needed, but fire; it is not the gentle shower, but thunder."
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Michelle Markel Jul 4
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