Revisit our panel discussion, storytelling events, and community-wide discussions of AAPI heritage with video recordings and library materials.
Follow an interview between two Asian American women—Sulin, born in the U.S., and Maki who immigrated as a teen—both leaders in community spaces, as they talk about what feminism means in the context of their Asian American experience.
Start your food-filled weekend using your library card to take your culinary career to the next level with events, menus, movies, and more!
Leading technology classes, distributing Discovery Passes, and more are all in a day’s work of assisting customers for this CHPL library worker.
Living in the shadow of City Hall, a mother shares her story of raising a child and obtaining her education on this episode of CHPL’s West End Stories Project podcast.
Poets Manuel Iris and Sara Moore Wagner discuss how individual poems combine into poetry manuscripts with CHPL Writer-in-Residence Pauletta Hansel.
Be mindful of your mental health during Mental Health Month with resources from the Library and techniques from mental health awareness organization 1n5.
Five decades of materials from Over-the-Rhine People’s Movement will be digitized and showcased in upcoming Contemporary Arts Center exhibit.