Project Literacy, a project aimed at making sustainable advances in the fight against illiteracy, has released a moving video called The Alphabet of Illiteracy. It shows there are much more consequences of illiteracy than you think.
The Alphabet of Illiteracy represents a body of evidence suggesting that illiteracy is the root cause of almost every major problem humanity faces.
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- John Green shares 26 exciting facts about libraries (video)
- Stunning animation cleverly plays with the meaning of words (video)
- This machine can remove dust from over 5,000 books per day (video)
- Kindle’s terms and conditions are as long as a novel (video)
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