Monday, Sept. 30 at 6 p.m. A journey we can all be proud of! Join us as we explore the creation of Pride Winston-Salem and the history of the festival that brings us together as a community. Learn about the visionaries that worked tirelessly to make the Parade and Festival a reality, and the wonderful city that continues to support this important endeavor.
Ready to cozy up with a book and a warm blanket in the crisp fall weather? Book sale season is almost here, and it is your perfect chance to stock up on all kinds of used books, DVDs and CDs. Various branches will hold their book sales throughout the months of October and November.
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
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.