The workshop in the Free Library’s new Robert and Eileen Kennedy Heim Center for Cultural and Civic Engagement began with a quick quiz. And while I knew I wouldn’t ace it, I thought I…
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written by Kalela W.
August 28, 2019
Many things go missing – overdue books, keys, socks in the dryer – but none of those can compare with the gravity of when a person simply disappears. Approximately 90,000 people are…
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written by Violet L.
April 16, 2019
Storm Rhodes is a Library Assistant at the David Cohen Ogontz Library , and a member of Cohort 1 of the Skills for Community-Centered Libraries training. In this post, she shares what she has…
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written by Community-Centered Libraries
February 6, 2019
On February 3, 1958, Dwight D. Eisenhower issued a proclamation to designate May 1 as Law Day . This year marks its 60th anniversary. Eisenhower declared it to be a day for us to…
continue reading In Commemoration of Law Day, the Free Library Offers Legal Advice Live!
written by Marija G.
April 30, 2018