Day of YA connects writers and fans of young adult literature to authors and scholars with all-day workshops

   Tulsa City-County Library is connecting teens and adults to young adult literature and authors by hosting a full day of programs aimed at celebrating YA readers, fans and writers. With workshops led by renowned young adult authors, Tulsa’s Day of YA gives readers and aspiring writers the opportunity to develop their writing skills and discuss books in a fun, collaborative, enriching environment.
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African-American Heritage Bowl focuses on collective remembering of tragic historic past

  Brush up on your local history and work with peers to win prizes at the Tulsa City-County Library’s 2020 African-American Heritage Bowl: 1921 Race Massacre Centennial Edition. TCCL’s African-American Resource Center will host the bowl, which will kick off a year of events and programs leading up to the centennial of the 1921 Race Massacre in Tulsa.
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Aspiring writers encouraged to participate in library’s Young People’s Creative Writing Contest

   Tulsa City-County Library’s annual Young People’s Creative Writing Contest gives young writers the opportunity to make their voices heard. With three age divisions in five different categories, TCCL encourages Tulsa County youths to stretch their imaginations and deepen their relationship with writing by telling their stories in their own words.
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Great Decisions series encourages global awareness with foreign policy discussions

TULSA, Okla. --- The Friends of the Tulsa City-County Libraries invites local thinkers to discuss current events in foreign policy at the Great Decisions series kickoff. Participants can learn more about the Great Decisions program, get connected with other globally concerned citizens and acquire thought-provoking information through a keynote address, group discussions and print materials available for purchase.
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Equality icon Anita Hill to receive 2020 Sankofa Freedom Award

   TULSA, Okla. --- Anita Hill, native Oklahoman attorney, author, educator and advocate for civil and women’s rights, will receive the 2019 Sankofa Freedom Award, presented by Tulsa City-County Library’s African-American Resource Center and the Tulsa Library Trust.    Hill will accept the award and give a presentation at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 15 at the Rudisill Regional Library, 1520 N. Hartford. This event is free and open to the public. Seating is limited.
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Tulsa World features Kristallnacht commemoration program

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Tulsa World features TCCL's CEO Kimberly Johnson's TYPROS Boomtown Award

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Tulsa People features Suburban Acres librarian Sherrie Wallace

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Owasso Reporter features family programming at Owasso Library

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