The Color of Law
Central Library  |  Wednesday, September 6  |  6:30 p.m.
In a discussion of his new book, Richard Rothstein makes the case that the racial divide in America’s cities is not just the product of individual prejudices, income disparity, or the actions of developers, banks, and other private institutions, but also federal, state, and local governments.

We DON'T Have Eclipse Glasses, But …
You may have heard on TV, radio, or online that “your local library has eclipse glasses free for the public.” That’s not entirely accurate. Not ALL local libraries have the glasses. Here’s why…

Start off the School Year with Library Resources
As the new school year begins, parents and students can check out the free educational resources available through the Library.  Use your Library card to access live homework help, digital databases, language tutorial services, online encyclopedia and research tools, and more.

Kanopy Streaming Video
Kanopy is a new service that offers a large collection of independent, international, documentary, and early films from providers like Criterion, PBS and Kino Lorber. Stream to your computer, mobile device or watch on your Roku. You can check out up to 12 titles per month.