National African American History Month in February celebrates the contributions that African Americans have made to American history in their struggles for freedom and equality and deepens our understanding of our Nation’s history. Check out our Guide to Library Resources for the Celebration of African American History Month.
To learn more, check out the library guide for Banned Books Week.
Looking forward to summer? Will your plans involve water? Swimming in it? Fishing, canoeing or other water sports? Drinking it? A new library guide highlights books, articles, and news about all things water.
Learn about the history of a special group – 164 million Americans who make up 48% of the labor force in this country. View the library’s online guide to Women’s History Month. We connect you with news, books, articles, videos, to help you celebrate and participate all month long.
A new display in the Todd Library at the Sugar Grove campus examines the role of superheroes in our lives and culture. Â Come browse and check out library books about the history and impact of superheroes. Â Add the name of your favorite superhero to our participation board.
Do We Need Superheroes?Â is online too! – with news, articles, and more library resources about superheroes!