128: A Message about Today's Episode
Today, we are sharing a message about our decision to postpone the regularly scheduled book club episode.
Episode 41, about Angie Thomas's The Hate U Give
Episode 45, about the film adaptation of The Hate U Give
Note: We will be editing these two episodes and re-releasing them next week.
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Hi, and welcome to Unabridged. Because we stand with the movement to fight for Black lives around our nation, we've made the decision not to release our regular content today. We have therefore postponed our book club episode.
Because we love and value you, our listeners, we did not make this decision lightly. In response to the current events happening around our nation, we've decided to rerelease some relevant episodes next week.
At our core, we are educators. We believe in the importance of using books to help us learn and to help us do better. So here's our current plan.
We'll be sharing resources on social media. If you're looking for episodes today, the ones we think are most pertinent would be episodes 41 and 45, where we discuss Angie Thomas's The Hate U Give and the film adaptation, which we will be rereleasing next week.
We also have many other episodes where we are talking about Black authors and their work, which you can find on our website and in our podcast feed. We will share those links and other resources in our newsletter coming out this Sunday. If you haven't signed up for our newsletter yet, you can do that at unabridgedpod.com.
Finally, we have several discussion guides and other resources on Teachers Pay Teachers that may be helpful to you at this time. If you'd like access to those for free, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We appreciate and we stand with you. Thank you for supporting us as we navigate these times.
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