Join us for Engage 2020: Summer Series - A Conversation with Dr. Sonya Ramsey of the UNC Charlotte History department on July 14 at 7 p.m. on the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library's Facebook Live page.
The Charlotte Journalism Collaboration will host a two-part, virtual program beginning Sunday, June 28, 2020 on the Vice special “Black South Rising.” Both a watch party and community conversation are planned to provide a timely, safe space for civic discourse on topics surrounding racial disparities and injustice.
Teen Librarian Cearra Harris details how her passion for community activism was strengthened by Charlotte Mecklenburg Library's participation in the Charlotte Pride Parade.
The Library introduces Engage 2020 Summer Series - A conversation with educator, historian, and scholar Brenda Tindal. The conversation will focus on African American women and their long civil and human rights battles.
Charlotte Mecklenburg Library volunteer Surabhi Kaushik shares how writing and volunteering changed her life.
Charlotte Mecklenburg Library honors its volunteers with a weeklong celebration April 19-25, 2020.
Charlotte Mecklenburg Library 3D printers are printing materials to assemble face shields for medical staff during COVID-19.
The 2020 Census is for everyone and important to the community. Learn more here about why you should take, how you can take it, and its confidentiality.
Ailen Arreaza finds the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library to be the community’s best connector space.
Every third weekend in August, Charlotte Pride holds its annual Pride Festival and Parade. The Charlotte Mecklenburg Library was excited to participate by not only walking in the parade, but also by encouraging the community to "Read with Pride."