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Mission

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

Goal

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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What you need to know for Library opening on Monday, May 18

The Library will reopen with limited services. Please read more before you visit!

Grab-N-Go Super Snacks to begin at 10 libraries

We're proud to work with Amphitheater Unified School District and the Arizona Department of Education to help feed those who need it most.

5 Ways to Celebrate National Library Week

It's National Library Week! And although it's not a normal week at all, we want to celebrate with you. Here are some ideas to do at home.

Community Services

Need help during the coronavirus pandemic? Find resources on everything from jobs to housing assistance here.

Ready, Set, School is back on Facebook Live!

Ready, Set, School is a free program designed to help children, ages 4-5, get ready for school! Join us starting Friday, April 17 at 10 am.

Infoline is open! ¡Infolinea está abierta! 520-791-4010

Infoline is here to answer your questions! ¡Infolinea está aquí para responder a sus preguntas!

International Women's Day: Making the world go round

Celebrating hard working, passionate, and inspirational Indigenous women.

AIM occupation of Wounded Knee

Members of the American Indian Movement (AIM) began the occupation of Wounded Knee in South Dakota on February 27, 1973.

Ira Hayes raised the flag on Iwo Jima 75 years ago

Learn about Ira Hayes, the Native American captured in the iconic photograph showing the raising of the American flag on Iwo Jima in WW II.

Winners of In the Margins Books Awards

Winners include stories written for youth ages 9 and 21, focusing on the experiences of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color.

Geronimo

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

ALA Youth Media Awards announced

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

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.
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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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