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This Women's History Month, DC Public Library and the Washington Mystics are teaming up to celebrate women who have advocated for equity, diversity and inclusion in athletics.
New Year, New Series: Are you a fan of mysteries? Having completed some of my favorite mystery/detective series, I decided to try some new (or new to me) series this year and I present the results. The main question: Do I want to read the next in the series? Let's just say that my TBR list has gotten longer.
Find inspiration for International Women’s Day, Friday, March 8, with these five autobiographies by women who won the Nobel Peace Prize. One is a captivating book for children!
The District of Columbia Public Library was recently awarded a Library of Congress Connecting Communities Digital Initiative.
This month I’m rounding up a short-list of selections from MLK’s Adult Services department book clubs and regular programs for Black History Month. If you’re interested in joining a program or reading along with any of our book clubs, please email us at Adultservices.email@example.com.
This February, the DC Public Library's Black History Month programming focuses on "African Americans and the Arts,"