IPOC Researchers in Youth Literature Collective Databases
This database exists to enable those of people of Asian, Pacific Island or African decent, those who are Indigenous or Latinx across the globe and who research in youth literature to be able to access each other for professional growth whether it be through collaborating on research, seeking advice or meeting at conferences. Researchers are those who gather, produce, locate and share information about youth literature.

For the sake of privacy and safety, collective database will only be available to those listed. A final copy will be shared on an Excel doc so that individuals will have the ability to aggregate data according to their own needs.

The database has been developed and maintained by Edith Campbell. <edith.campbell@indstate.edu>
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