While we know that nothing can replace a warm embrace and the special people in our lives eating and laughing at one table, we have put together some resources to bring holiday cheer to this year’s thanksgiving
Meet the 2020 Library Foundation's Inaugural Civic Award Honoree: Donna LaPietra. For over 20 years, the artist-philanthropist-civic leader has been lending her artistic expertise to bring the stories of several nonprofits to life. Her motivation? To serve the community. Get to know her journey and her story here.
Stories have the power to create social change and inspire communities. Here are some of the most vital narratives of this generation, written by Isabel Wilkerson, our Carl Sandburg Literary Award honoree, and Nate Marshall, our 21st Century Award honoree.
“I’m terrified of computers,” said Jackie, a Library patron. As everything moves online and digital literacy becomes a lifeline, Chicago Public Library’s DigitalLearn empowers Chicagoans like Jackie to turn digital barriers into tools.
“How do I balance working from home, housework, and homework?” “Am I doing enough to support my child's education?” Navigating the challenges of remote learning can be daunting for students and parents alike. But you are not alone. Chicago Public Library is here to help with free resources that will make learning at home more manageable for the family.