On the Same Page debuted in spring 2002 and quickly became the project that launched a thousand books.
This year's community-wide reading project features two titles:
Savage Inequalities, Jonathan Kozol's exploration of public education, is the main selection.
Marika, local author Andrea Cheng's novel about a girl growing up in Hungary, is the young reader selection.
While the main book has changed, and a young reader title has been added, the project mission remains the same:
To build community and inspire discussion on race, tolerance and diversity through reading together.
Find out about events; learn how you can participate; and read more about the project, the books and the authors at Cincinnati.com/samepage.
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