As we remind ourselves of the many achievements of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., we recognize the relevance of his work today. We’ve compiled some resources for contemplation, reflection, and to inspire action.

Rachel Lam (Anidiguwagi, enrolled Cherokee Nation)

Portrait of Zora Neale Hurston with title of Alice Walker-edited Hurston reader: I Love Myself When I Am Laughing...and Then Again When I Am Looking Mean and Impressive

“Myths ferried Zora Neale Hurston through life. And long after her death in 1960, they coursed through her work like a stream. But at times, it seemed those very myths hung over her like a constellation made up of stars she’d arranged herself.” —Michael Ando, The Bitter Southerner

As 2021 comes to a close, here’s a look back at a few of our proudest accomplishments. For such a small team, we were able to do so much! And while we’d love to be able to include all aspects of our work over this past year, we’d never be able to succinctly encapsulate it all in one article, so here is just a sample of our work from 2021.

Are you interested in digital literacy, identity exploration, and social justice? DIGITIZE is recruiting high school students for their Youth Council.

Highlight your organization on our home page and social media! Fill out our form with your organizational details and needs!

(Fighting Irish/Flickr, Creative Commons License 2.0)
Rialto Beach at Olympic National Park, Washington.


(Brenda Rodriguez/EchoX)
A mural in Newberg, Oregon, represents giving and generosity, receiving and gratitude, and embracing.


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