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The Economics of Sustainability: a 6-part learning series with Sturgis Library

Sturgis Library 3090 Main Street, Hyannis

The Economics of Sustainability: a 6-part learning series with Sturgis Library Friday Nights Jan 8th-Feb 12th at 6:30 PM via ZOOM A series of six weekly discussions starting on January 8 will be facilitated by Dr. Madhavi Venkatesan. Readings will be made available online and participants are encouraged to read the material provided before the ...
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Interlaced: Being Black & Wampanoag In America: A Historical Talk with Mwalim

Sturgis Library 3090 Main Street, Hyannis

While America claims to be a melting pot, in reality the United States was the first country to introduce legal definitions for race based on ethnicity as opposed to nation of origin. What happens when you can check more than one ethnic box? Mwalim will give a talk on the past and present relationship and ...
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On Genre: A Conversation and Reading with P. Djeli Clark and Craig Laurance Gidney

Sturgis Library 3090 Main Street, Hyannis

Join Sturgis Library as we talk all things Genre with P. Djeli Clark and Craig Laurance Gidney! We will discuss working across genres, what challenges that presents, writing and reading tips, and much much more. The authors will also read from their work. a live Q and A will follow. To sign up, email SturgisReference@comcast.net. ...
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The Economics of Race

Sturgis Library 3090 Main Street, Hyannis

Discrimination, as will be evident over the historical period covered in this discussion, is not static. It is not necessarily about color but is about social values and has its root in economic exploitation. The persistence of discrimination mimics, in many of the same ways, the manner in which we make our purchasing decisions. People ...
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Sturgis Library Food Drive 2021

Sturgis Library 3090 Main Street, Hyannis

During the month of March, Sturgis Library will be holding a food drive to benefit the residents of Independence House's emergency shelter. The holidays are not the only time when people need support or experience food insecurity. Here on Cape Cod there is a year-round need for food assistance. In addition to non-perishable food items, ...
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Curious and Fascinating Stories of Barnstable

Sturgis Library 3090 Main Street, Hyannis

Curious and Fascinating Stories of Barnstable with The Barnstable Historical Society Tuesday March 2nd @ 6:30 pm Via ZOOM at Sturgis Library The Town of Barnstable has a well-known, and occasionally eccentric, history. There’s always something new to learn! Did you know that a Barnstable resident was tarred and feathered? Or that Swift hot dogs ...
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