Wednesday, September 08, 2010

itlnatianle letarissiye daiey

cnsid ring mi naem es jmai READ, wntied te de sundine fer leterussy deaye. THIS as miye balog psot!

Sadly, that is exactly what the world looks like for the 776 million people who can't read - over 90% of whom are in Asia and Africa and 2/3 of whom are female.

September 8th is International Literacy Day, a day recognized worldwide and officially supported by UNESCO and the United Nations.

Literacy has the power to lift families out of poverty in one generation and change the fate of entire communities, particularly in the developing world. Let's make this International Literacy Day really mean something and help more people learn to read.

Today, September 8, Room to Read and Twitter will be circulating a tweet that has been made "illiterate" - symbolizing how every sentence looks to so many people. Share the tweet with your followers and through the tweet, they'll be directed back to Twitter's Hope 140 website ( where they will be able to learn more about what they can do to help.

Go spread words!


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