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Photos: Opening of the New Martin Luther King Library Branch

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Photos: Opening of the New Martin Luther King Library Branch

On Thursday, Oct. 18, the Columbus Metropolitan Library (CML) held a grand opening celebration for the new Martin Luther King branch on the Near East Side. Speakers included representatives from CML and the Martin Luther King branch, as well as Mayor Andrew Ginther, Columbus City Council President Shannon Hardin, Reps. Bernadine Kennedy Kent and Joyce […]

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Meet the Author: Angie Thomas

  Meet the Author: Angie Thomas

Hear about how the Black Lives Matter-inspired novel The Hate U Give — an instant bestseller — speaks to the heart of race, activism and social change in America today from the author herself, Angie Thomas. Discover how to find your activism and turn the political into the personal, inspiring action and speaking truth to […]

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Socialism and the Climate Leviathan

  Socialism and the Climate Leviathan

Climate change is the greatest existential threat to humanity. Even though we’ve understood the effects of human activity on the environment since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution, our political and economic structure, fueled by capitalist greed, only exacerbates our planetary crisis. While heads of state gather occasionally to promise, but never fulfill, a reduction […]

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YWC Membership Meeting

Kylie Harwell-Sturgill Kylie Harwell-Sturgill YWC Membership Meeting

Come hang out and learn more about Yes We Can, our vision for a stronger Columbus, and our plans for the future! Whether you’re a committed volunteer or totally new, our membership meetings are open to any and all. Plus, free pizza! More about us: We’re a group of grassroots volunteers fighting to make Columbus […]

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Clave Sonic Live at Bexley Public Library

  Clave Sonic Live at Bexley Public Library

Clave Sonic combines creative original songwriting with infectious Latin and funk grooves. They will bring a high-octane groove-based jazz set…a mix of Medeski, Martin and Wood mixed with Chick Corea and Stevie Wonder. And then, add the montuno and tumbao rhythms of early Afro-Cuban music.

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Immigration and Refugees in Central Ohio – A Panel Discussion

  Immigration and Refugees in Central Ohio – A Panel Discussion

Jennifer Nimer, from the Council on American-Islamic Relations – Columbus; Jhuma Acharya, of Community Refugee and Immigration Services; and Amanda Pritt, from US Together, will share the challenges and issues facing immigrants in our community. They will also answer questions about the work they do and the people they serve.

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Cbus Libraries Ice Cream Social

  Cbus Libraries Ice Cream Social

+++ FREE EVENT +++ Cbus Libraries invites you to join us for a fun evening at Diamonds Icecream. This family-friendly event is an opportunity to cool down, hang out and enjoy some delicious treats. No tickets are necessary for this event, but be sure to RSVP if you plan to attend. >>> Special Guest Vada […]

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