Hillary Clinton just possibly gave one of the most important interviews during her busy campaign trail.
Marley Dias, who created a very successful book drive for black girls because she was “sick of reading books about white boys and dogs,” recently interviewed the Democratic presidential candidate. The 11-year-old, who is the editor of Elle’s zine Marley Mag, emailed Clinton some hard-hitting questions to find out what she was like as a kid.
Hillary Clinton’s relatability tour made a stop in middle school on Thursday. Marley Dias, the 11-year-old girl whose campaign to collect 1,000 books with black girl protagonists made national news, email-interviewed the candidate f...
Young Black Girl Starts Her Own Book Club Because Representation Matters One young girl is proving that you have to be the change in the world that you want to see. 11-year-old Marley Dias started a campaign to collect and
Marley Dias is an 11-year-old Philadelphia native who, as an avid reader, noticed that there was a certain type of character prevalent in books and was tired of reading about certain topics.
Eleven-year-old Marley Dias told her mom she was "sick of reading books about white boys and dogs." The sixth grader from New Jersey told The Huffington Post that she loves to read, but that she has a hard time relating to the chara...