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Author Mayo Bartlett

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The Crew welcomes A Day at the Museum, an illustrated children’s book author Mayo Bartlett, who takes readers on a visit to the local museum as told from a child’s perspective. “One of my favorite places is the museum,” says the young narrator. “Going there is like traveling through time.” A child’s voice describes each exhibit, including natural history, ancient civilizations and the planetarium. The story concludes with a visit to the library to learn more about all the exciting facts from the museum. We talk about what inspired Mayo to write about a day out to a museum, his life, and what projects he is working on currently. Mayo is currently Vice Chair of the Westchester County Human Rights Commission. He is a founding member of We Are Westchester, a coalition of not-for-profit organizations that focuses on issues of Social Justice. Mr. Bartlett is a member of Westchester Organized Response for Darfur (W.O.R.D), and he is co-founder of SAFE PASSAGE, a youth law forum that brings issues of law and policy to the classroom. He speaks regularly on the topics of hate crimes, youth violence, and non-violent conflict resolution. Mayo is a Director of Congregations Linked in Urban Strategy to Effect Renewal (C.L.U.S.T.E.R.). He also serves on the Advisory Board of the Westchester Holocaust Education Center, assisting the Center in the development of an alternative educational sentencing program for young people convicted of non-violent hate crimes in Westchester, New York and adjoining counties.