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A Space Meant For All People | 826 New Orleans

November 9, 2018

Was Ruby Bridges old when she fought racism? No, she was not. She was a kid. Ruby Bridges deserves a monument because she fought racism by herself. She was the first Black American to go to a White school in … Continue reading

Michelle Obama Says Hello to 826DC

November 2, 2018

“Keep writing, keep working hard, and know that I’m thinking about you, and I’m proud of you.” Last week, magic really happened at 826DC when students received a special message from fellow writer, Michelle Obama. Writing can be hard sometimes, but … Continue reading

826 Network Featured on CNN

August 30, 2018

“What we’re really about is helping young people improve their writing skills, but first, they feel welcomed.” Our co-founder Nínive Calegari talked to CNN about the beginning of the 826 Network, our famous store-fronts, and how important it is to … Continue reading

Big Class writing project joins national 826 network

May 24, 2018

PHOTOS BY KANDACE POWER GRAVES Visitors to 826 New Orleans are greeted with a display featuring the latest book published by the group. (All the 826 chapters have stores based on different themes: pirates in San Francisco, robots in Michigan, … Continue reading

826 Boston Student Writing Featured on 90.9 WBUR-FM

May 9, 2018

90.9 WBUR-FM is Boston’s NPR news station and the home of nationally syndicated programs, including On Point, Here & Now, Only A Game and Car Talk, which reach millions of listeners each week on NPR stations across the country and online. 90.9 WBUR-FM featured … Continue reading

826DC | Featured on NBC Washington

May 4, 2018

“826DC wants young people to love #writing instead of fearing it.” Continue reading

826 National Co-founder Nínive Calegari honored as an ABC7 Star

March 30, 2018

As part of Women’s History Month and “National March into Literacy” month, Nínive Calegari was honored by ABC7 for changing kids’ lives one book at a time. Continue reading

Introducing 826 Digital

October 30, 2017

New Resource for Educators Helps Kids Everywhere Advocate for Infinite Recess 826 National proudly introduces 826 Digital: Inventive Resources to Ignite a Love of Writing SAN FRANCISCO, CA — Imagine a classroom of students in Tulsa, Oklahoma working together to … Continue reading

Tapping New Orlean’s Haunted History To Give Student Voices A Boost – GOOD Magazine Feature

July 7, 2017

From the ghosts of tortured slaves at LaLaurie House in the French Quarter, to the spirits said to lurk in St. Louis Cemetery No. 1, New Orleans has a reputation as one of the most haunted places in the United … Continue reading