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Sisters in Spirit logo
Blog by Jenn Carson

The LP Fisher Public Library offered a free self-defense class followed by Yoga for Trauma.

Participants learned how to make holiday gifts from what is readily available in their kitchens.
Participants learned how to make holiday gifts from what is readily available in their kitchens.
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Campbell County Library teamed up with the University of Kentucky to teach patrons how to make holiday gifts on a budget. 

Experts from ASIA Inc. teach financial literacy to a Nepali-speaking man.
Experts from ASIA Inc. teach financial literacy to a Nepali-speaking man.
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Lakewood Public Library hosted a financial literacy workshop for Burmese and Nepali-speaking patrons. 

A community member tests her grip at the library's Family Health and Safety Fair.
A community member tests her grip at the library's Family Health and Safety Fair.
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With strong partnerships, Bellwood-Antis Public Library has kept its health fair going for 12 years.

Factile offers a Jeopardy board for anyone to create their own game.
Factile offers a Jeopardy board for anyone to create their own game.
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Make financial literacy (or any topic) fun with a trivia game that you create using free online software.

The cover of an issue of Weare in the World
The cover of an issue of Weare in the World
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When the local newspaper of Weare, New Hampshire, closed its doors, the library director stepped up.

Two librarians talk to three young women about the dangers of sex trafficking.
Two librarians talk to three young women about the dangers of sex trafficking.
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After San Diego Public Library staff had an encounter with a possible sex trafficking victim, they decided to be a part of the solution.

Yoga for Heart Ache logo
Yoga for Heart Ache logo
Blog by Jenn Carson

We often celebrate happy times at libraries. What about acknowledging the messier aspects of being human?