Black History Month resources recap

Black History Month has officially ended, although the icy weather limited access to the library building for during February.

Happily, many of the Round Rock Public Library‘s Black History Month resources continue to be available to explore any month.

Here’s a recap of the library resources we highlighted in our catalog, in our art gallery, and on our newsroll, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

  • Host a Storytime@Home with our spotlight on Black authors, illustrators, inventors and musicians

 

  • Check out recommended reading lists
    • For kids:
    • For teens:
    • For adults:

 

  • Revisit on online events:

 

  • Learn more about our featured gallery exhibit, African-American Family: Faith, Hope, Love, and the Backbone of Strength

Image of St. Paul AME, photographed by Melissa Fontenette-Mitchell

Image by Melissa Fontenette-Mitchell

 

  • Black History Month PlaylistListen to Music Playlists from the Library’s Freegal streaming and download service:

 

  • Explore highlighted resources from the library and beyond:

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