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Library’s Black History Month events focus on women

Throughout history women fought obstacles to power and overcame perceptions of their role in society. This February, events held at the Main Library location of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County will showcase African American women who refused to take a limited role, and became leaders who made a difference in the Cincinnati community.
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Library Board votes to retain ownership of Main Library North Building, additional levy in 2018

At a special meeting Wednesday evening, The Board of Trustees of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County voted to retain ownership of the Main Library North Building. The Board also voted on Wednesday evening to place a new 1 mill levy on the ballot in May 2018.
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Enter Sandman: Neil Gaiman is coming to town

International best-selling author Neil Gaiman has always been vocal about his love for and support of libraries. He often credits them with his distinguished career. And now, thanks to the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County, his fans will have the chance to see him in person. “An Evening with Neil Gaiman” is 7 p.m. Thursday, March 8, at the Aronoff Center’s Procter & Gamble Hall.
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Library named as prestigious Five-Star Library by Library Journal for fifth consecutive year

Fans of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County know they’ll receive top-rated service and care at their branch. And this week, the library field’s leading professional publication, the Library Journal confirmed your hometown Library is among the best in the nation. The publication recognized the Library —for the fifth year in a row — by designating it as a Five-Star Library.
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Library seeking civil rights essays for inclusion in ‘Our Cincinnati’ project

The struggle to transform the powerful promise of civil rights into everyday reality for all individuals in our community is real and ongoing. Hamilton County residents are invited to share personal stories for inclusion in the third and final phase of Our Cincinnati, Then and Now: the Continuing Story of Civil Rights.
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Librarians give thanks for ATLA

Librarians and branch managers expressed their gratitude to members of the Anderson Township Library Association during the Nov. 15 board meeting. Money raised by ATLA book sales help fund events, equipment, and resources at the Anderson Township and Mt. Washington branches.
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