Discover how Columbus Metropolitan Library committed to a strong and sustained effort to combat racial inequity in their organization and community, focusing on the Black experience specifically and making race conversations a priority.
Learn how the library’s Black Events and Exhibits Committee creates experiences, services and resources that are reflective of the Black experience in their city and county.
Discover how Sonoma County Library created a new STEM learning opportunity for teens that addresses race and social equity issues embedded within science and our society.
Jinnie Spiegler from the Anti-Defamation League outlines how libraries and schools have worked to ensure book access for children during the pandemic and provides tips for using books to open conversations that help children and young people acknowledge, understand and navigate these challenging times.
Kelvin Watson, Broward County Library Director and Amandeep S. Kochar, Baker & Taylor Executive Vice President and General Manager, provide key insights into how public libraries and community partners can advance DEI in their communities.
Find out how Pioneer Library System used STEM education to engage youth and foster conversations about diversity, representation and empathy.
Discover how Oak Park Public Library took a year-long deep dive into examining race and social equity in their organization and community.
Discover how Anythink Libraries engages with patrons who are often overlooked in our society.
Discover how Birmingham Public Library put together an event to resonate the voices of local storytellers and authors to share books by people of color.
Learn how municipalities can rethink library fees to advance race and social equity during the current COVID-19 public health crisis.