A One Book, One Philadelphia State of Mind

By Shannon G RSS Thu, February 12, 2009

Can you believe we’re almost a month into the One Book, One Philadelphia program? In the past several weeks, library locations and community organizations have hosted a variety of engaging events, including book discussions, concerts, open-mic performances, dinners, and more. 

Join us this evening when MiND TV comes to the Parkway Central Library for State of MiND: Addressing Social Issues Using Television. The nonprofit that owns and operates WYBE Channel 35, MiND TV promotes the power of community and features programming highlights learning and social issues. The Free Library and MiND TV are featuring a joint screening of five-minute programs from the State of MiND series. MiND CEO Howard Blumenthal and MiND producers Jai Rice and Kathryn Morrison will lead the screening and participate in a discussion of topics presented in the programs, which include homelessness, mental health, and the affordable housing crisis. The producers will also discuss the creative process of developing similar content for television. Details about the events are below. And don’t forget, we want to hear from you! Which events have you attended? Which has left the biggest impact on you? Which event are you looking forward to in the upcoming weeks?

State of MiND: Addressing Social Issues Using Television
Thursday, February 12, 2009 at 7:00 p.m.
Parkway Central Library, Skyline Room, 4th Floor
1901 Vine Street
Cost: FREE

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Tuesday, February 17, 2009

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Wednesday, February 18, 2009