Dr. Jacqueline Zaleski Mackenzie

Social Scientist, Author, Speaker for Education and Business

Sales proceeds used to fund literacy and other empowerment programs, and build rural libraries.

Winner of two major awards

from the International Book Publishers Association

Reduce immigration from Mexico
by empowering native Mexicans.

People deserve access to knowledge. Rural Mexico is poor. Children work on family farms instead of studying in school. No rural libraries means adults have unanswered questions, a lack of solutions for income. Recycling old books from the USA into libraries built on native land and maintained by locals will help overcome emigration into the USA. Volunteer teachers come but they need an enclosed dry space.

Knowledge is power. Powerful people create jobs for themselves. Emigration to the USA often occurs because of a lack of access to knowledge in rural areas of Mexico. If used books were recycled out of the USA then people in Mexico would have more access to knowledge and less reason to leave their home country. Promote education. Please buy a book, another item, or make a donation.

"If a child can't learn the way we teach, maybe we should teach the way they learn."     -- Ignacio Estrada

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"I may not have ended up where I intended to go,
but I think I have ended up where I needed to be."