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Make your programs welcoming and non-stigmatizing to patrons with or without disabilities.

BHM
BHM
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This study aims to explore the current state of Black History Month library programming.

Banned Books for All. NYPL Logo, United Against Book Bans logo, ALA Logo. #UnitedAgainstBookBans
Banned Books for All. NYPL Logo, United Against Book Bans logo, ALA Logo. #UnitedAgainstBookBans
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The “Books for All” campaign enables people all over the country to participate, including library systems.

Photograph of a group of young people studying together at table in a library
Photograph of a group of young people studying together at table in a library
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Whether it be in a meeting room or open library floor, are your programming spaces accessible? 

Photograph of a child smiling in front of a case full of different rubber duckies.
Photograph of a child smiling in front of a case full of different rubber duckies.
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Community members curate library displays with personal collections, art or topics of interest to share.

Illustration of a stack of banned books with spines showing. There are two jack o'lanterns and a black cat resting on the book stack.
Illustration of a stack of banned books with spines showing. There are two jack o'lanterns and a black cat resting on the book stack.
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This reading challenge invites patrons to spend time reading banned books (themed prizes included).

Image text: Haunted Library. Illustrations of black bats and a ghost reading a book.
Image text: Haunted Library. Illustrations of black bats and a ghost reading a book.
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Turn the library into a haunted Halloween extravaganza with stations for games and spooky stories.

Photograph of four teens sitting around a workshop table designing tactile board games
Photograph of four teens sitting around a workshop table designing tactile board games
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Teens design accessible books and activities for people with disabilities.