The Library offers a variety of children's book resources to help you talk to your child about race in an affirming way.
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.
Looking for greater self-understanding? Discover the top five that Charlotte Mecklenburg Library customers are streaming this month.
Find the resources and events that explore social injustice and race relations
This March, Charlotte Mecklenburg Library's Branch Channel Leader and Interim Director of Libraries, Dana Eure, discussed six titles that moved from print to the big screen with “Books to Movies" on WCNC's Charlotte Today.
Are you someone whose electronic holds come in all at once and you can’t possibly read them all before they expire? We have great news for you.
This February, Charlotte Mecklenburg Library's Branch Channel Leader and Interim Director of Libraries, Dana Eure, discussed six “Romance is in the air" themed reads on WCNC's Charlotte Today.
Juneteenth is a celebration of commemorating the day that the last slaves were freed in the United States. Juneteenth is now a day of jubilation, celebrated by African Americans across the U.S.
Library Branch Channel Leader and Interim Director of Libraries, Dana Eure, shares six titles on celebrating parenthood.
Conventions are fun, unique experiences and great for meeting people who love the same things you do. Make sure to come to Charlotte Mecklenburg's very own convention, ImagiCon, at Main Library on July 21, 2018! And check out these teen reads about the fan convention experience.