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Steph and Ayesha Curry created 150 “little town libraries” for kids in Oakland. 

Apr 28 2022

Steph and Ayesha Curry created 150 “little town libraries” for kids in Oakland. Curry is one of Gen Z and Millennials’ favorite athletes—and after launching a free bookstore school bus in Oakland last year, he and his wife are helping to construct mini-libraries throughout the city to encourage book sharing and childhood literacy in the community. The new initiative is a joint effort between the couple’s nonprofit Eat. Learn. Play and Little Free Library, which provides 150,000 tiny libraries outside homes and businesses around the world for book sharing. Research cited by Eat. Learn. Play shows that 1 in 3 children, or 33%, are reading at grade level by the end of third grade. However, in Oakland after two years of virtual learning, only 15.4% of Black and 12.5% of Latino elementary students are reading at grade level. The couple said in a statement: “We want to encourage kids to read by making it accessible, fun, and inspirational.” (Black Enterprise)