In light of recent events and the current political environment, Saint Paul Public Library invites our community to have courageous conversations about race, police violence, and power in institutions.
Books and literature can be powerful tools to spark conversation, build empathy, and promote healing, transformation, and change. Libraries and library resources are here for you.
watch our latest from-the-heart storytime video that honored George Floyd and acknowledged the very real and difficult events and feelings permeating our community right now.Be sure to
Check out these titles that explore many aspects of race from various points of view. Some titles are newer, some are classics.
This book list features picture books for young readers that depict and describe racist interactions and race in developmentally appropriate ways.
This school-age booklist features nonfiction guides describing power and anti-racist work, as well as fictional stories about institutional violence faced by children past and present.
recommended titles for teens to promote those conversations and actions.Books are powerful tools to spark conversation, build empathy, and promote healing, transformation, and change. Here are some
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