Over the past four years, the Marginal Syllabus has learned a lot about how to bring people together—often at a distance, and often over extended periods of time—to read together, think together, and share in the exchange of ideas that matter to literacy, learning, and educational equity. Not familiar with our project? Since 2016, the Marginal Syllabus has sparked and sustained public conversation about educational equity through collaborative technologies and partnerships. We’ve facilitated public discussion that has engaged hundreds of educators, we’ve partnered with dozens of authors, and we’ve relied upon the strengths of organizational partners to make consequential conversations accessible and meaningful. Now, more so than ever, it is critical that we draw upon lessons our team has learned to advance social reading in a time of social distance.