Latest at the Library
Wednesday, August 16, 2017
Writer Rebecca Traister’s fascinating social history All the Single Ladies explores the impact unmarried women have had on American culture throughout the ages, turning their energies toward political movements, social change, the economy, and more. The Kansas City Public Library recently organized an FYI Book Group conversation about the book and its themes of cultural progress, gender and race, political power, the workplace, personal relationships, and contemporary women's issues.
Friday, August 11, 2017
On July 18, 2017, the heads of four KC-area library systems – Johnson County’s Sean Casserly, KCK’s Carol Levers, Mid-Continent’s Steve Potter, and KCPL’s Crosby Kemper III – joined KCPT’s Nick Haines for a public conversation at the Plaza Branch about Libraries Out Loud, a documentary series celebrating the work of our local libraries. Produced by filmmaker and documentarian Michael Price for KCPT’s Flatland website, the film series touches on ways today’s libraries fulfill their traditional missions while also serving our communities in innovative and vital ways.
Wed, December 6, 2017