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Photo of hands typing on laptop with various marketing icons
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We'll enter 2021 with a new set of virtual programming skills. Have you mastered the art of marketing them?

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Three side-by-side photos of archived images in the Black Bethlehem Project.
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The Black Bethlehem Project is the first-of-its kind study of the Black experience in Bethlehem, Pa.

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Photos of book covers L t R: "Dread Nation" by Justina Ireland, "The World Ends in April" by Stacy McAnulty, "Year of Wonders" by Geraldine Brooks
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Librarians share some favorite book picks that speak to this tumultuous year.

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Photograph of Junior Ambassadors loading a bus of donated items to be sent to children in Haiti.
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Batesville Intermediate School brings a global perspective to students through a book club focused on the UN's Sustainable Development Goals.

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Mass Humanities logo
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You may be surprised at the range of virtual programs from your state humanities council.

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NHD Logo

National History Day is a nonprofit education organization whose programs engage students in conducting original research.

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A photo of a woman smiling down at her laptop with coffee in her hand.
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Oak Park Public Library's Spanish and French practice sessions get participants from all over the world.

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Photo of a red landline phone.
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To combat the digital divide, libraries and humanities councils are turning to the old-fashioned phone.