The MLK Coalition of Cincinnati's resource guide includes Library books that reflect on the history of our nation, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s legacy, and how it plays into the current fight for racial justice.
Find out what we have in store for this year's summer learning program Discover Summer!
With people all across the world turning to streaming platforms like Netflix and Hulu for comfort during social distancing measures, it seems especially timely to spread the word about Kanopy, the free movie streaming platform offered to Library cardholders.
In this episode of our “Inside the Writer’s Head” podcast, Dani McClain talks with educator, poet, youth advocate, and hip-hop artist Tim'm T. West about self-care in quarantine, moving back to Cincinnati, West's poetic memoirs, lessons from the AIDS crisis, creating community, and more.
For those in our community educating their children at home, our Education and Homework Support Manager Keith Armour and our Youth Services and Programming Coordinator Lisa Soper gathered a list of online learning resources both local and national.
What’s more exciting for a kid than getting mail? Getting books in the mail – for free! Learn more about the Ohio Governor’s Imagination Library, part of Dolly Parton’s global Imagination Library initiative, and how every child in Ohio can sign up.
To help fight the mounting eviction crisis in our city, the Library is teaming up with the City of Cincinnati in an effort to provide both tenants and landlords with vital information about their rights and responsibilities through a series of free educational workshops.
Conservation Education Manager for the Newport Aquarium's WAVE Foundation Erin Shultz is sharing fun facts about the African Penguins who will be visiting our Branch Libraries during the month of December to spread some winter cheer.
In advance of his Native American Heritage Month event at the West End Branch Library November 18, Shawnee storyteller Ross Shaw shares his experience of navigating family history, identity, and truth-telling.
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.
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