As African Americans move into positions of power in law enforcement, what are the challenges in reversing the distrust between law enforcement and minority communities? Local leaders and law enforcement hold a discussion on Tuesday, Sept. 24 at the Malloy/Jordan East Winston Heritage Center
Local high school students discuss the challenges and opportunities of interracial friendships in bridging America's racial divide. Sponsored by the City of Winston-Salem Human Relations Commission
Mark your calendars for the 2019 Friends of the Walkertown Library Fall Book Sale! Wednesday, October 2 will be Friends Preview Day. Not a Friends member? Join at the door! New members receive a free book bag. Individual membership is $5.00, family membership is $10.00. The Sale will be open to the public starting Thursday, Oct. 3 and through Saturday, Oct. 5.
On September 5th the Library kicks off its 18th annual community read, On the Same Page, with “Speak No Evil” by Dr. Uzodinma Iweala. I would like to encourage everyone to give this powerful, award-winning novel a try. This novel covers so many timely issues, but I’d like to focus on one topic for this month’s reading challenge - the immigrant experience in America.
A night of Nigerian culture, food, and dance. Saturday, Oct. 5 from 6 - 8 p.m. Central Library Auditorium. This is a free ticketed event.
Youth ages preschool-12th grade are invited to submit designs for Forsyth County Public Library's 42nd Annual Bookmark Contest!