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Children's Literature and Social Justice
Sponsor National Museum of American Jewish History
Type of Event Arts & Culture
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Description Explore the role of children's literature as a tool for social justice, and for empowering children, primarily focusing on the work of Ezra Jack Keats and Maurice Sendak. Speakers to-date include illustrator Bryan Collier, and Patrick Rodgers, The Rosenbach’s Sendak Curator.

$8/Free for NMAJH and Rosenbach Members
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Presented in conjunction with The Snowy Day and the Art of Ezra Jack Keats and in collaboration with The Rosenbach of the Free Library of Philadelphia Foundation's special anniversary exhibition The Night Max Wore His Wolf Suit: 50 Years of Wild Things. Reciprocal admission discounts available throughout the duration of both exhibitions (through March 2, 2014.)

Additional programming in conjunction with The Snowy Day and the Art of Ezra Jack Keats:
A Snowy Day in August: Keats Family Day (August 4)
Grandparents' Day (September 8)
An Afternoon of Sendak on Film (October 13)

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Date/Dates October 16 2013
Times 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Street Address 101 S. Independence Mall East Google Map
Location Philadelphia, PA 19106 United States
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Contact Name egoldsmith
Email(s) egoldsmith@nmajh.org
Phone Number (215) 923-3811
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