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Black and white photograph from the LOC shows a group of women standing. Presented by Mme. Jaime C. De Veyra, the wives of the Philippine delegation who are seeking the recognition of complete independence of the islands, were received by Mrs. Harding at the White House. In the center of the group are Mrs. Harding and Mme. De Veyra.
Black and white photograph from the LOC shows a group of women standing. Presented by Mme. Jaime C. De Veyra, the wives of the Philippine delegation who are seeking the recognition of complete independence of the islands, were received by Mrs. Harding at the White House. In the center of the group are Mrs. Harding and Mme. De Veyra.
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Want to add some historical context to a book club? Try pairing primary source analysis with your programs.

Photograph shows a group of college students sitting and talking in a library.
Photograph shows a group of college students sitting and talking in a library.
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In what ways are school and academic libraries fostering community outside of the traditional classroom setting?

Illustration shows a group of people working in a library setting. Some people are working at desks with laptops open, others are browsing for books and reading.
Illustration shows a group of people working in a library setting. Some people are working at desks with laptops open, others are browsing for books and reading.
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Hybrid meetings can help meet varied needs, but it may take some adjustment to find the best engagement strategies.

Illustration shows a person using a laptop and video conferencing. There are three people in the background of the illustration through various screens.
Illustration shows a person using a laptop and video conferencing. There are three people in the background of the illustration through various screens.
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Check out a lineup of free webinars focused on hybrid programming in the library.

Cover art left to right: Thank you, Omu!" by Oge Mora; "When Grandma Gives You a Lemon Tree" by Jamie Deenihan
Cover art left to right: Thank you, Omu!" by Oge Mora; "When Grandma Gives You a Lemon Tree" by Jamie Deenihan
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It's never too early to learn financial literacy! Check out these exciting and diverse titles.

Photograph of two people looking at old newspapers on a computer. (On December 7, 2015, participants in History Unfolded gather at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library in Washington, DC, to search local newspaper archives.) Photograph courtesy of the US Holocaust Memorial Museum
Photograph of two people looking at old newspapers on a computer. (On December 7, 2015, participants in History Unfolded gather at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library in Washington, DC, to search local newspaper archives.) Photograph courtesy of the US Holocaust Memorial Museum
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History Unfolded: US Newspapers and the Holocaust invites libraries to research local newspaper coverage on Holocaust-era events.

Text reads: Thinking Money For All Kids Diverse Inclusive Reads to Teach Young People about Money: A Book List for Libraries. Illustration depicts four diverse children, smiling holding books. American Library Association. FINRA Investor Education Foundation.
Text reads: Thinking Money For All Kids Diverse Inclusive Reads to Teach Young People about Money: A Book List for Libraries. Illustration depicts four diverse children, smiling holding books. American Library Association. FINRA Investor Education Foundation.
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Download the free guide featuring 40 titles and program ideas to help kids learn financial literacy.

Text reads: Thinking Money For ALL Kids Diverse and Inclusive Reads
Text reads: Thinking Money For ALL Kids Diverse and Inclusive Reads
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One hundred public and school libraries will receive free books and resources to teach financial literacy.