One way the Library is celebrating queer voices during National Pride Month this June and beyond is through local, contemporary, and historical poetry. Read on to check out the second video in the series!
If you want to learn more about Juneteenth and how to celebrate, check out this list of materials our librarians put together to help inform and inspire.
Whether you're a dad, caregiver, or father figure, Father's Day is a celebration for you! We've gathered materials just for the occasion (which, don't forget, is Sunday, June 21).
Learn more about this opportunity to chat with fellow parents/caregivers about topics that are important to you, and also get a chance to connect with others and learn about ways the Library can support you.
Our mission is to connect people to a world of ideas and information. This includes information about complex topics, such as historical racism, white supremacy, and the institutionalized racism within organizations in our country, including our own.
We've gathered resources to promote self-care for those affected by trauma, especially members of the Black community and People of Color.
A message from the Eva Jane Romaine Coombe Library Director Paula Brehm- Heeger about what to expect as branches enter the next phase of the re-opening process.
A message from Paula Brehm-Heeger, the Eva Jane Romaine Coombe Library Director, updating the community that the Library going fine-free for the rest of 2020.
Learn more about what our Library has in store for Pride Month and beyond.
This summer, fans of urban fiction will get an opportunity to meet and share their favorite books virtually via Zoom with the West End Branch Library.
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