International Film Director Mira Nair Speaks at Main Library

An Indian-American filmmaker based in New York City, Mira Nair passionately explores issues in her films such as the tug of competing worlds felt by millions of immigrants, and ways to bridge the gap between cultures, races and genders. She uses film to challenge stereotypes and generational assumptions. The Namesake follows two generations of a…
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Mysteries of Paris

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San Jose Public Library Citizenship Corner

  New Citizenship Resources Citizenship Corners are located at ten San José Public Library branches. They are spaces dedicated to providing resources, such as citizenship test preparation materials, English teaching materials, and information about library and community programs that help with the naturalization process. In addition, three branch libraries will offer Citizenship Lawyers via videoconferencing…
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Back to School

It's that time again. Apples, pencils, notebook paper and homework! We have what you need to get back into the swing of things and help your student master the new school year. Remember that one of the most important school supplies is a library card. Don't have a Phoenix Public Library card? Find out more…
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