The Charlotte Mecklenburg Library has a plan for the future.
In 2015, the Library embarked on a collaborative project called Blueprint, to envision the future of our Library. We brought together a diverse group of stakeholders including the community -based Library Board of Trustees, Library staff...
Welcome to the 2020 Census Questionnaire
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Self-Response Deadline is October 31, 2020. There's still time. Complete the Survey!
Where is Mecklenburg County in its response rates? Click here for an interactive map. (Image below updated 06/17/2020...
Digital Sanborn Maps (1867-1970) for North Carolina provides digital access to 816 large-scale maps of 158 North Carolina towns and cities, including Asheville, Charlotte, Durham, Raleigh, Winston-Salem and many others. Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps are the most frequently consulted maps in public...
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CultureGrams, gives you the world at your fingertips. CultureGrams goes beyond basic facts and figures with local perspectives on more than 200 countries, detailing daily life and culture, including history, customs, and lifestyles....
The Charlotte Mecklenburg Library is excited to honor the historical and cultural contributions of African Americans to American History during the month of February and beyond.
Black History Month was officially granted national recognition in 1976 by President Gerald Ford as an evolution of Negro...
One year ago, I attended my first pride festival, and it was one of the most transformative events I’ve ever attended in my life. I’m from a small town in South Carolina, and I was raised in a family of activists. Protesting and advocating for those that are facing injustices has always been a...