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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.
Grab some popcorn, because these movies that weren't able to be widely viewed in theaters are now available on DVD from the Library.
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).
We've teamed up with Public Allies Cincinnati to present the Cincy LGBTQ+ At Home Film Festival. Check out the festival every other Saturday. Read on to learn more!
Black history should be taught and celebrated every day of the year, not just in February. The Library is proud to provide materials, events, and other programs that center African Americans throughout the year, and especially this February. Read on to see what we have planned!
December 3 is International Day of People with Disabilities. To mark this day, we’ve rounded up materials that center people with both visible and invisible disabilities.
If you aren’t able to attend the Stern Lecture Series to listen and learn from Bryan Stevenson in person, we have plenty of other ways for you to engage in his work to end mass incarceration, institutionalized racism, and economic oppression.
While Emilio Estevez's new film "the public" (shot at the Main Library) centers on adults, youth experiencing homelessness is the focus of a community conversation at the Main Library on April 7. A panel led by Strategies to End Homelessness and Lighthouse Youth & Family Services will discuss the systemic roots, symptoms, and solutions to this growing human rights issue.
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