How can libraries help ensure today's youth develop greater empathy, understanding and appreciation for equity? The Anti-Defamation League's Jinnie Spiegler shares the capacity for children's literature to launch critical conversations for young learners.
The below blog post examines the impact of the digital divide and how public libraries can work to bridge the gap to create social and racial equity for those within their communities.
Learn how DC Public Library expanded entrepreneurship opportunities for justice-involved individuals through outreach, services and partnerships.
Learn how San Francisco Public Library's Hormel Center is expanding scholarship and representation of LGBTQIA people of color.
Discover how King County Library System systematically engaged their community to better serve and learn about the aspirations of entrepreneurs who are immigrants and refugees.
Learn how Kansas City Public Library has expanded the frontiers of its digital equity advocacy.
Learn how Pima County Public Library's Kindred Team is working to reach, celebrate and support the library's local African American community.
As Black History Month begins, ULC is excited to launch a special communications campaign aimed at helping library leaders discover, discuss and rethink ways they can foster greater equity in their work.