News & Events
Our next General meeting will be held on:
Saturday April 25th 2020 11:00am to 1:00pmVirtual
Saturday September 21st, 2019 11:00am to 1:00pmNew York Public Library Countee Cullen Branch 104 W 136th St New York, NY 10027
Saturday July 27th, 2019 11:00am to 1:00pmQueens Library - Cambria Heights branch 218-13 Linden Blvd Cambria Heights, NY 11411
Saturday May 18th, 2019 11:00 to 1:00pmNorth Hall Library
Bronx Community College
2155 University Avenue, Bronx, NY 10453
Saturday March 16, 2019 11am- 1pmBrooklyn Public Library Arlington Branch 203 Arlington Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11207
Saturday, Jan. 26, 2019 11 am - 1 pmQueens Library - Cambria Heights branch 218-13 Linden Blvd Cambria Heights, NY 11411
Saturday, December 1, 2018 11AM- 1PMNew York Public Library Countee Cullen Branch 104 W 136th St New York, NY 10027
Thank you all who joined us at Food and Fellowship and to Roosevelt Public Library for allowing us to gather in your space and network to the fullest! We look forward to more events that will allow us an an open forum to discuss the needs of the community and what each of us has to offer
Join us in collaboration with Roosevelt Public Library for Food and Fellowship!
Friday, July 13 | 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Come and discuss potential workshops for: Professional growth & Development Civil Service Law & Rating System Enhancing & Relevant
Professional Skills Let’s make a positive out of Friday the 13th.
Refreshments will be served!
Roosevelt Public Library 27 W. Fulton Ave | Roosevelt, NY 11575 Further information, contact Stacey Smith-Brown -
Head Librarian (516) 378-0222 x | email@example.com. rooseveltlibrary.org
The New York Black Librarians’ Caucus had a wonderful time at the Harlem Book Fair, as part of the CSPAN Diversity in Books event. Panelists included Sandra Michele Echols, president of the New York Black Librarians' Caucus; Stacy Whitman, publisher of Tu Books; children’s book author and illustrator Javaka Steptoe; Syntychia Kendrick-Samuels, secretary of the New York Black Librarians' Caucus; and Vanesse Lloyd-Sgambati, founder of African American Children’s Book Project. Click here to view the discussion.