🏳️‍🌈Rainbow Reads: A Positively Queer Book Club

Looking to get more LGBTQ+ themed reading in your life in 2018? We've got a new book club for you: Rainbow Reads! Next meeting: Sunday 11/18, discussing any LGBTQ+ themed book Here's the skinny: What: Two-for-one book club experience (odd months: book chat; even months: traditional reading group) Where: Exo Roast Co., 403 N 6th Ave…
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Finding your Family History

October is Family History Month. Pima County Genealogy Society volunteers will be at six branches in October to teach the resources and methods to do your own family history research. In anticipation of this series, I spoke with professional genealogist and private detective Amy Urman, and asked her a few questions. Amy is a go-to source…
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Refugee Resettlement in the United States

Saturday, September 29, International Rescue Committee (IRC) of Tucson will present on refugee resettlement in the United States and our country’s long history of welcoming refugees. IRC Tucson Advocacy & Outreach Coordinator, Nejra Sumic, will discuss the refugee resettlement process and will provide an update on the impacts of the 2017 Refugee Travel Ban. In…
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Teen Advisory Board Member, Angela Nachampassak, heading to China!

Last year, we introduced you to Angela Nachampassak, Quincie Douglas Library's Teen Advisory Board President. After traveling to Georgetown University to attend the prestigious Junior State of America Summer Program, Angela has just reached another incredible milestone—she's been awarded  a National Security Language Initiation for Youth scholarship. She was chosen out of more than 3,300 applicants from…
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