This series inspires students to get involved by celebrating the voices and accomplishments of young Black women who are active in civic engagement locally. In our first segment, photography is explored as a form of civic engagement that kids can participate in.
A Charlotte Mecklenburg Library teen librarian explores what the change from Morrison Regional Library to SouthPark Regional Library means to him.
A significant way to begin to invest in ourselves is to implement self-care in our daily lives.
Even though conversations about race can be emotional and polarizing, there is a way to share information that encourages self-reflection and an increased understanding of perspectives we haven’t experienced personally.
In the aftermath of Breonna Taylor’s death, one Library staff is learning how to become more resilient and make a difference by example.
In the spoken word entitled Empower HER, Pinnacle the Poet, a 29-year-old Black woman, provides a gripping insight into what it is like to inherit fear and belief by being transparent and describing why it is she chooses to participate in voting for the first time this election year.
A children's librarian relates what it's like to have a newborn Black son and how she incorporates diversity into both her work life and motherhood.
Supporting Black-owned business is critical during the pandemic.
If we’re honest with ourselves, we learn the most when we’re uncomfortable and having tough but important conversations.
From a James Baldwin quote to suggestions on making an impactful change in the world.