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Virtual Event - Yom Kippur: Moving Beyond Hate

Thursday, September 16 | 2:30-3:45 PM (Virtual Event)

Join the Center for Loving Kindness - JCC Pittsburgh and other local organizations to reflect on the moral impact of responding to hatred in Billings MT, Pittsburgh, and our country.

Here to Help: How Pittsburghers Can Support Afghan Refugees

Pittsburgh is welcoming families and individuals who have fled the recent political upheaval in Afghanistan.

The Library has gathered information on the complex challenges these families are facing, as well as ways to help, donate and volunteer. Learn more...

Banned Books Week is September 26-October 2

Banned Books Week is an annual celebration of the freedom to read.

When people first hear about Banned Books Week they often ask one of two questions: “Who doesn’t have the freedom to read?” and “Are books really banned?” The answers aren’t as straight-forward as you might think.

Check out this blog post from our archives to learn more.

Landlord-Tenant Workshop

Wednesday, September 22nd 6:00-7:00 PM (Virtual Event)

Going to court can be an overwhelming experience both for landlords and tenants. This presentation will help build knowledge and confidence by guiding you though the process. The Rent Moratorium will also be covered during this workshop. 

Learn more about the event and register here.

In Case You Missed It...

PMC Shares™ - Court Basics

CivicCLP and PA for Modern Courts teamed up to provide a virtual overview to help illuminate the organization and procedures of the Pennsylvania Judicial System, with the goal of bringing Pennsylvanian’s awareness of and confidence in their courts. Click here to watch the recording.

PublicSource Presents Upcoming Virtual Program

Tuesday, September 21st │ 1:00-2:00 PM (Virtual)

You will hear from PublicSource journalists on how to stay informed about what’s happening in your neighborhood, city and county, as well as how to use logic, reason and tools to find valuable information in Pittsburgh and beyond. You will also learn how to file a Right-to-Know request, and how power operates in our community.

Note: This program will also be livestreamed to our Library's Facebook page. Registration is strongly recommended to receive a recording of the program in addition to other links.

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