The Library's Many Nations Team is excited to present a Diné Literary Debuts panel featuring Stacie Shannon Denetsosie and Brendan Shay Basham at the Tucson Festival of Books: Sunday, March 10 from 4 to 5 pm Nuestras Raíces Stage Stacie Shannon Denetsosie, a member of the Navajo Nation whose clans are Todích'íí'nii (Bittter Water), born…
In honor of Indigenous Heritage Month, a few of us from the Library’s Many Nations Team are sharing our connections and our stories around the “Three Sisters”
Luci Tapahonso is the author of three children’s books and six books of poetry, including A Radiant Curve, which was awarded the Arizona Book Award for Poetry in 2009.
Pima County Public Library has issued a formal statement acknowledging the Native peoples on whose lands the Library operates.
Pecan pie, mashed potatoes, cranberry relish, green beans, cornbread, turkey, sweet potato casserole, pumpkin pie—what do they all have in common besides making
In 1982, President Reagan signed a proclamation designating V-J Day (Victory over Japan day) August 14th, as National Navajo Code Talkers Day. The installation of the first public statue commemorating their bravery took place in downtown Phoenix in 1989.
This blog post was written and published on 26 July 2021 to LinkedIn by Lucille Windsor, OCLC Sales Consultant, Wise Community Engagement System The community-