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Library workers can’t self-care themselves out of systemic problems, but in a world where public libraries have become a catch-all social safety net, little is being done to ensure front-line workers are being protected themselves. From continuing to operate within the “new normal,” to being excluded from city- and county- wide vaccine mandates, to being
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Daunis Firekeeper is not someone to be messed with. If you recently finished Firekeeper’s Daughter by Angeline Boulley then you know this well. When Daunis witnesses the death of someone she loves, she is thrown head over heels into a top secret undercover investigation. People are dying in connection to the selling of deadly batches
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Prison censorship is nothing new, and with ever-shifting regulations about what books can and cannot be donated to libraries and individuals who are incarcerated, even organizations with the mission of getting books into those places are finding themselves surprised. South Central Correctional Facility (SCCF), a private prison managed by the Tennessee-based CoreCivic, rejected a donation
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One of the key findings from a new study by the Pew Research Center shows that 30% of Americans now read ebooks, up from 25% in 2019. The number of those who read a print book stayed the same in that time period, while audiobook reading increased from 20% to 23%. The Pew Research Center
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In 2022, don’t anticipate that book challenges and wide-ranging censorship of books will slow down across the U.S. They’ll be amplifying, thanks to right-wing and extremist white supremacist groups like No Left Turn, Moms for Liberty, and dozens of state-based organizations, as well as dark money. State governments are packed with representatives who are being
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Kai Harris’ debut novel is a stirring story of a transformative summer for a Black girl growing up in 1990s Michigan. What the Fireflies Knew drops us directly into the mind of 10-year-old Kenyatta, known as KB, who has discovered her father’s dead body in the garage of their home on a “dead-end street” in
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Lan Samantha Chang’s fourth book, the terrific novel The Family Chao, draws inspiration from Fyodor Dostoyevsky’s The Brothers Karamazov, in which three brothers struggle against their father’s tyrannical behavior. Instead of 19th-century Russia, Chang’s dialogue-driven novel is set in contemporary Haven, a small town in Wisconsin where larger-than-life patriarch Leo Chao and his wife, Winnie,
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When then-California Senator Kamala Harris accepted the Democratic Party’s nomination for vice president of the United States, she spoke of a long history of inspiring women, including the impoverished Mississippi sharecropper-turned-human rights activist Fannie Lou Hamer. “We’re not often taught their stories, but as Americans, we all stand on their shoulders,” Harris said. Historian Keisha
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Books and videos seem like an odd pairing at first blush. Books are the choice medium for allowing the reader’s mind and imagination to do much of the heavy lifting. Videos are a much more passive medium, providing almost all interpretation for the viewer’s consumption. And yet, these two are successfully colliding on social media
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