Monthly Archives: May 2021

100 Years After the Tulsa Race Massacre

On May 31, 1921, the United States witnessed one of the worst racially-motivated massacres in its history. A white mob attacked and killed more than 300 people in Greenwood, Oklahoma. Outnumbered and overpowered, the prominent black community north of Tulsa … Continue reading

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Arlington’s Libraries reopening June 21

Effective Monday, June 21, the Robbins Library and Fox Branch Library will resume normal hours and most services, no appointment necessary. All visitors, regardless of vaccination status, are asked to keep masks on inside. All children over age 2 and … Continue reading

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What’s The State of Voting?

New laws restricting voting access in Georgia have gained national attention. Georgia is just one example; legislative initiatives are under way across the nation with the intention of impacting voting access in many new ways. The right to vote is … Continue reading

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Celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month with our Staff Recommendations!

Our library staff is celebrating Asian Pacific American Heritage Month by sharing their favorite books & other media by/about Asian/Pacific Americans!

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All Natural

This month we’ve asked our librarians to share their favorite books with nature on the cover. Check out their responses here: The Once and Future Witches by Alix E. Harrow The Hollow Places by T. Kingfisher A Gift for a … Continue reading

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