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The Many Nations team's mission is to provide literacy outreach and establish ongoing partnerships with Native communities in Pima County.


Our goal is to engage in Share the Wealth and outreach events, programming support, and increasing the amount of Bookmobile stops in Native communities.

About Share the Wealth

Share the Wealth is a program through which the team provides donation books, programs, and Bookmobile visits to Native communities.

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Library Night Out at Old Pascua: Keep Talking

Feb 19th | 5:00pm - 7:30pm
Richey Resource Center
Come to Library Night Out & watch a free screening of Keep Talking about Alaska Native women fighting to save the Kodiak Alutiiq language.


Apache warrior Geronimo’s death anniversary is Feb 17. He was the last Native American leader to formally surrender to the US on Sep 4, 1886

You'll love your library in February

We've got a Black History Month celebration all month, another Library Night Out, and other special events. What's not to love?

ALA Youth Media Awards announced

Today we learned what 2019 children's and teen books won the big American Library Association awards

The Tucson Festival of Books Author Schedule is UP!

The festival is fast approaching. Mark your calendars for March 14 and 15, then plan out your festival fun with this handy grid.

Libraries nationwide helping to get accurate Census count

Pima County Public Library is one of 59 libraries nationwide to receive a Census Equity Fund Grant from the American Library Association!

The Battle of Wounded Knee

In 1890, the Wounded Knee Massacre claimed the lives of 150 Native Americans and was the final battle between federal troops and the Sioux.

November is American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month

Great things come out of the Census. Find out some facts about American Indian and Alaskan Native Heritage here, all thanks to Census data.
lukasevansherman said:

Well-researched, illuminating, and powerful study of, as the subtitle indicates "the uncovered story of Indian enslavement in America." When I first read…

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Native Occupation of Alcatraz—Looking Back 50 Years Later

As we approach Thanksgiving, it's time to remember the 50th anniversary of the nineteen-month occupation of Alcatraz by Native Americans.

50th Anniversary of the Native Occupation of Alcatraz

Native American activists attempted to occupy Alcatraz starting on November 20, 1969 and were evicted by federal marshals on June 11, 1971.

Explore the paths of Native Americans in children's books

Fact and fiction, the Children's Room provides many good reads on the experiences of Native Americans -- both then and now.

Best Books for Teens by Native or Indigenous Writers

These are the American Indians in Children's Literature picks for 2017-2018 as the best books for teens in high school,
PimaLib_NormS said:

A member of Minnesota’s Ojibwe tribe, David Treuer, has written “The Heartbeat of Wounded Knee: Native America From 1890 to the Present”, a richly detailed,…

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Kids, learn about Native Americans!

These 4+ rated nonfiction books will be perfect for a school report for children, and they are 2015 and newer!
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