1. CBS News aired a story on January 9, 2009 about the rising problem of low literacy and what Buffalo (and Read to Succeed) are doing about it.

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  2. In June 2009, Read to Succeed Buffalo hosted the Right to Literacy Convention in Buffalo where a declaration proclaiming the Right to Literacy was drafted and signed.
    Inspired by the 1848 Womens Rights Convention in Sence Falls, the Right to Literacy Declaration has since traveled the country, gaining support and momentum for the literacy movement in America. Produced by Literacy Powerline, this video tells ths story.

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  3. A documentary about literacy in Buffalo. Produced by Loren Sonnenberg through Squeaky Wheel Productions and funded by a grant from the Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo.

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  4. Helene Kramer, executive director, and Michael Benzin, director of development, meet with WNY Tonight Host Tammie Lee Demler to talk about the importance of early literacy. Read to Succeed Buffalo can be found onine at http://www.rtsb.org

    WNY Tonight is a produced as a public service of Lockport Community Television (LCTV). They can be reached at 716-434-1733 or by E-mail to producer Rich Zapp at rzapp@lctv.net or host Tammie Lee Demler at wnytonite@lctv.net. Visit their website at http://www.lctv.net

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