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#BrainBreaks: Self-Portraits

Take a #brainbreak and create a self-portrait.  Whether it's a new year, a new season or a new day, it's always a good time to document who you are.  

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Who is Wonder Woman?

Magic lassos, invisible planes, and twirling transformations do not a wonder woman make.

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Take a Reading Challenge

Break out of your reading comfort zone with these book-focused challenges for the new year.

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#BrainBreaks: Creative Journaling

Take a break and write.  Journaling can help you process your emotions and unleash your creativity.  

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Handmade Gifts for the Holidays: Hot Cocoa Mix

Need some low budget holiday gift ideas? All the DIY gifts in the "Handmade Gifts for the Holidays" series can be made with supplies costing $10 or less!

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Handmade Gifts for the Holidays: Haystacks

Need some low budget holiday gift ideas? All the DIY gifts in the "Handmade Gifts for the Holidays" series can be made with supplies costing $10 or less!

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#OWNVOICES: Royal Holiday by Jasmine Guillory

Vivian couldn’t decide what appealed to her more, hot coffee and fresh scones, or that man in the corner who looked like a tall mug of hot chocolate. ☕📚

Why choose?

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Handmade Gifts for the Holidays: Pretzel Hugs

Need some low budget holiday gift ideas? All the DIY gifts in the "Handmade Gifts for the Holidays" series can be made with supplies costing $10 or less!

U.S. Newsstream

US Newsstream provides access to the most influential and respected contemporary news resources from around the nation including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Th

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Teen Talk: The Youth Perspective

A candid discussion of life as vicariously seen through the eyes of teenagers. Hear teens discuss the effects of how Covid-19, the current racial tension environment and the new norm from 2020 have impacted their mental well-being and how they are coping with it. With YouTuber Briana T. Ford and Mental Health Specialist, Taurus Sanders.
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The Five Stages of Batman Fandom

No fan ever reads through the same franchise twice, for it's not the same franchise and they're not the same fan.

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Great BIPOC Graphic Novels

BIPOC, an acronym representing People Of Color with an emphasis on Black and Indigenous people, is a category of special significance in American culture.

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10 Ways to DIY the Holiday Season

Tis' the season to check out all the gear you need to make your holidays merry and bright this year! 

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Dinner Table Talks: Inside Out & Back Again

Based on the author's own childhood, Inside Out & Back Again tells the story of a pivotal year in the life of a South Vietnamese family.  Once a wealthy family with two parents, 1975 brings a reversal of fortune for Hà, her brothers and mother. 

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At What Age Did You First Become Aware of Your Race?

Join the conversation. Getting to know one another a little bit better helps us develop a deeper understanding across races, challenge racism, and move ever closer to racial equity. 

Newspapers.com

Dating from the late 1600s into the 2010s, Newspapers.com Library Edition contains full and partial runs of regional, state, and local titles from the United States and other countries. 

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Becoming a Poll Manager

The 2020 election was one for the books with the record breaking poll numbers and poll worker shortages due to COVID-19. But with a little training, I was able to not only use my voice by voting, but also to help others participate in the power of using theirs by becoming a poll manager. 

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Let's Talk Race: A Culinary Conversation

"The man and the woman who became enslaved enslaved the palate of those who enslaved them. From feijoada, to jambalaya, we flipped it on ’em. And we keep flipping it on ’em."
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Michael Twitty

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#OwnVoices: The Secret Lives of Church Ladies

The nine stories in this collection feature four generations of characters grappling with who they want to be in the world, caught as they are between the church's double standards and their own needs and passions.

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iRead: Spooky Stories

Fears--real and imagined--abound in these scary stories featuring a missing mother, killer buttons, a ghost and a suspicious rabbit.  (And we won't tell if you decide to sleep with the light on...)

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#OwnVoices: Monday's Not Coming

Friends are like family. So, when your best friend goes missing what do you do. If you are anything like Claudia, you go looking for answers.

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Find a Ride to the Polls

Do you know where to vote in Richland County and how to find a ride to get there?

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Career Development: Discover Yourself

Self-discovery is essential to making career decisions that will build a happy life. Here are four questions to help you discover yourself.

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#OwnVoices: Sunny and Lu

Imagine finding the sound of rhythm in everything that goes on in the world. Now imagine doing it with Swag. That’s what Sunny and Lu bring to you as the last two books of Jason Reynolds Track Series. They both work to find the right rhythm on the team but Lu adds a dab of Swag to the mix. 

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Civic Engagement 101

How much do you know about your local government?