Learn how North American public libraries have launched innovative programs designed to capture, contextualize and illuminate the impact of COVID-19 on their cities and counties.
National Recreation and Park Association Director of Health Allison Colman highlights how libraries and parks and rec agencies are increasingly leveraging their unique resources, strengths and assets to collaborate and work towards the shared goals of advancing equity, promoting health and wellness, closing the opportunity gap and building environmental and community resiliency.
ULC connected with Salt Lake City Digital Navigator Angel Sanchez to learn more about his role helping to engage and assist community members with overcoming digital barriers.
Discover how Greensboro Public Library developed a new COVID-19 Small Business & Nonprofit Resource Guide to offer local, state and federal resources to help small businesses and nonprofits navigate the pandemic.
Discover how ULC libraries across North America have established innovative partnerships to transform their outdoor programming for patrons.
Discover how the library's innovative programming inspires the community to dream, discover and do whatever it is they choose to do, including starting their very own small business.
Discover how Howard County Library System's new Brave Voices, Brave Choices initiative is helping the library act on its commitment to move past statements and begin the work of creating a more just and equitable reality.
Discover how libraries can actively engage community members and intentionally elevate the critical conversations necessary for real change.
Discover how librarians can help promote media mentorship — the act of mentoring and providing tailored guidance to students and families in selecting, analyzing and using media to support learning.
Discover how PCPL’s LGBTQ+ Services Committee ensures representation and equitable access through collection development and book displays, curated book lists, events and partnerships.