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Ola Mae Spinks #KeeperoftheDay

Ola Mae Spinks #KeeperoftheDay

“Ola Mae Spinks, a librarian and descendant of slaves who went to...

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Ida B. Wells #KeeperoftheDay

Ida B. Wells #KeeperoftheDay

#KeeperoftheDay – Ida B. Wells, born this day in 1862. “The way...

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Betty Reid Soskin #KeeperoftheDay

Betty Reid Soskin #KeeperoftheDay

#KeeperoftheDay – Betty Reid Soskin, 98-year-old National Park Ranger, and subject of...

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Rosie Lee Tompkins #KeeperoftheDay

Rosie Lee Tompkins #KeeperoftheDay

“A triumphal retrospective at the Berkeley Art Museum confirms her standing as...

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Gert McMullin #KeeperoftheDay

Gert McMullin #KeeperoftheDay

#KeeperoftheDay Gert McMullin. Gert knows the power of sewing. She taught herself...

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The Kitchen Sisters receive a GRAMMY Museum Grant

The Kitchen Sisters receive a GRAMMY Museum Grant

We are thrilled to announce that we received a grant from the...

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Coming Home Pasta, an excerpt from Always Home by Fanny Singer

Coming Home Pasta, an excerpt from Always Home by Fanny Singer

There are a few things, or, I should say, a few dishes,...

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Lou Reed Archive

Lou Reed Archive

#KeeperoftheDay – The Lou Reed Archive at The New York Public Library...

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Dorothy Lazard on Rightnowish #KeeperoftheDay

Dorothy Lazard on Rightnowish #KeeperoftheDay

Dorothy Lazard is head librarian in the Oakland Public Library’s History Center....

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The people trying to save scents from extinction #KeeperoftheDay

The people trying to save scents from extinction #KeeperoftheDay

#KeeperoftheDay – The people trying to save scents from extinction “The smells...

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