I get to be both

  • November 14, 2019 |
  • 4 MIN READ|
  • General
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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.

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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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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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Downtown Main Library Children's Librarian Mariah Kennedy-English was homeschooled until 7th grade. Learn how this experience led her to create the new Homeschool Hands-On STEM event series at the Library.

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School is back in session and our Homework Helpers are ready to tutor kids for free in reading, math, science and everything in between.

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The Library is proud to provide resources and materials for educators. Learn more about how we’re helping teachers round out their classroom.

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Do you like to learn but aren't sure where to turn? Look no further than the Library's 'Great Courses' collection.

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Krayon Kiosks provide tech equity, allowing kids who might not otherwise encounter an iPad not only to learn about this modern technology but also gain valuable literacy education in the process.

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Every spring for the past decade, SPARK offers “Let’s Talk”—a six-week program for early childhood families in Price Hill, Madisonville, and Norwood communities. Each week, parents and their kids receive free books and materials, along with immersive lessons and play to give kids a head start when they begin school.

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Library super-fan Keisha Gamble shares how the Library isn't just a place to check out books and movies or hang out. It provides community members with so much more.