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The ALA Public Programs Office is seeking contributing authors for a book about community engagement in libraries.
Throughout her years as director of a tiny library, Chelsea Price has picked up a few fundraising tricks.
Acknowledging the unique experiences of immigrants, this exhibit sparks conversation through poetry.
August 2020 marks the 100-year anniversary of the woman’s suffrage movement. Is your library celebrating?
Much like a wine tasting, patrons spent an evening sampling and discussing a titles from four literary genres.
Through a series of "excursions," Gail Borden Public Library's nationally recognized program reaches people with early- to mid-stage dementia.
Inspired by the Read Woke movement, Calvert County Public Schools started a diverse books challenge.
The Free Library of Philadelphia built bridges with the community through a collection of rare Islamic texts.