Back and bigger than ever, the Library's third annual African American Read-In drew booklovers together for an afternoon celebrating Black writers and illustrators. There, we asked attendees to share what reading means to them.
In a new video, we're taking you behind the scenes and showing you how new materials you put on hold make their way into your hands.
If you're interested in a digital book club with a national following of more than 130,000 that focuses on uplifting the voices of people of color, then look no further than Chicago-based rapper Noname's Book Club.
On Saturday, February 15, the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County is hosting its third annual African American Read-In (AARI) from 12-4 p.m. at the Downtown Main Library. Read on to learn about everything we have in store!
Our Winter Checkout Challenge for adults kicks off January 17! Find out easy ways you can hit your goal and win prizes in no time flat!
Beginning January 17 and ending February 29, the Winter Checkout Challenge allows adults to experience much of what the Library has to offer from the comfort of their own home. Read on to learn more!
How the Library's partnership with Center for Respite Care helps on the road to recovery
Vanessa Seeger, an Outreach Librarian from the Hamilton County Law Library, discusses our new partnership to bring educational and entertaining books to kids and adults, providing a break as they navigate the complex justice system.
On November 10 and 11 the Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center hosts events centered around commemorating the 81st anniversary of Kristallnacht through music and storytelling. Read on for event information and resources about this history.
Indigenous Peoples Day is October 14. One way we can honor Indigenous people of the past and present is educating one another on Native history, Native triumph, and the struggles Native communities face today. The Greater Cincinnati Native American Coalition curated resources for people of all ages and backgrounds who want to learn more about Indigenous people.
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