"Do Black Lives Matter?" Educational Series

Posted Jan 18, 2021

The Shorewood Public Library strives to present educational and engaging programs that meet community interest and demand. We believe our program series, "Do Black Lives Matter?," exploring the history of Black people in the U.S. with Mr. Reggie Jackson meets this aim.

We invite all community members interested in learning more, to join us. We also ask that all participants support a safe environment refraining from harmful and hateful statements or threats.  

Furthermore, the library is committed to achieving equity, diversity and inclusion for our patrons, staff and the greater community including providing learning opportunities for patrons, staff and trustees on issues of racism, societal inequities, unseen persons, unconscious biases and the value of diversity. You can read the full Equity Commitment approved by the Library Board in 2020 here.

For questions about this program series please contact Library Director Rachel Collins via email at rachel.collins@mcfls.org, or phone at 414-847-2670. You may also submit feedback about the library anytime via our feedback form.

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