2 January 2018

A patron stopped at the circulation desk to say "Thank You!" She gets depressed by the weather, but coming to the library helps her feel better! Everyone is friendly and helpful and there is so much learning to be gained at the library that it takes her mind off the mid-winter blues…
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16 January 2018

I teach at a local elementary school and heard about the Black History 101 Mobile Museum event.  Thank you for being apart of this event! This is just another example of the wonderful work you guys do to provide great opportunities for our community. It is very much appreciated…
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National Day of Racial Healing

As the country celebrates the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King in January, the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, through their Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation (TRHT) effort, has declared January 16, 2018 as the second annual National Day of Racial Healing (NDORH). NDORH is an opportunity for people, organizations and communities to come together…
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One Year of Social Justice

The Social Justice Reading Group (SJRG) was started in January 2017 as a joint effort between MSU faculty and the East Lansing Public Library. Inspired by the tough questions that a five-year-old was asking about topics in the news, the SJRG has blossomed into one of ELPL’s flagship programs. Over the past year, over 1100…
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