The Library has digital resources to help our county's youngest kids and their families stay engaged this school year.
From August 10 –15, we’re spotlighting ways the Library can make your teaching job easier, wherever that may be happening this year.
One way the Library is celebrating queer voices beyond Pride Month is through local, contemporary, and historical poetry. Read on to check out the third video in the series!
To honor people with disabilities both visible and not visible, we gathered 20 Library resources perfect for celebrating Disability Pride this month.
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).
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.
Leaders from the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County, the Cincinnati Museum Center, YMCA, and the Cincinnati Recreation Commission have joined together to share a collective announcement about what each organization is doing individually and what we can all do collectively as a community. Watch the video here.
Our online My Librarian service is now taking one-on-one appointments to help with job applications, resume writing, filing for unemployment, small business assistance, and much 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.
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