News and Media
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IBB in the Media
- Container of Hope: International Book Bank Ships 86,000 Books to Liberia — Carolyn Sun, School Media Journal
- Youth Respond to the Other Ebola Crisis — Youthprise Blog
- The International Book Bank’s Container of Hope — Litographs Blog
- Nonprofit takes on Liberia’s ‘other crisis’ — Dan Rodricks, The Baltimore Sun
- UMSL professor reaches out to quarantined students in Liberia — Jane Henderson, St. Louis Post-Dispatch
- Teaching, and Exploring, Photography in Liberia- B.D. Colen’s two weeks in Monrovia and Buchanan — M.I.T.’s In Media Res
- Another Letter from Monrovia – Life in the Time of Ebola — B.D. Colen, Huffington Post
- Letter from Monrovia – Life in the Time of Ebola — B.D. Colen, Huffington Post
- Life in the Time of Ebola — B.D. Colen, Huffington Post
- Putting a Face on Ebola — B.D. Colen, Huffington Post
- William Kamkwamba documentary comes to Baltimore — WYPR’s Midday with Dan Rodricks
- Booksource promotes reading by donating 11,200 Books — St. Louis Post-Dispatch
- Book bank finds better ways to help developing countries — St. Louis Post-Dispatch
- The ABC’s of Development — David Dagan’s Huffington Post Blog
- Windpower from Scratch — Interview with William Kamkwamba
For a quick overview of IBB and how its book donation process works, read our one-page backgrounder.
What is IBB?
The International Book Bank (IBB) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that aims to increase global literacy by donating brand new books to charities in developing countries. Since 1987, IBB has shipped more than 25 million brand new books to Africa, Asia, Central America, Central and Eastern Europe and South America.
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