Engage with your child in Community Read through a StoryWalk
Charlotte Mecklenburg Library has new book club kits to support Community Read 2021, foster discourse around racism and social justice, and much more.
Get a free copy of the Community Read titles beginning February 15 while supplies last
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.
Justin Perry reflects on the relevance of libraries.
Angie Thomas, author of The Hate U Give, makes the political personal, and that’s what she believes makes her an activist.
Charlotte Mecklenburg Library celebrated Community Read the entire month of March with the hopes of bringing the community together to discuss the issues that are important to Charlotte. Close to 200 programs and events were scheduled between Library and partner locations covering many topics from wellness, culture, education to the arts.
Community Read enters Week 4 with momentum
The Library brings community together through discussions, events and programs. A community that reads together, is a community that grows together.
As we head into week 3 of Community Read, we’re happily overwhelmed by the number of people reading, sharing and discussing the books and we hope even more people will join in. This year, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg community has come out in full force for Community Read. If you’re just getting into Community Read 2019, There are still plenty of great programs and events lined up both through the Library and our community partners.