Richardson Public Library, First and Third Floors
Free; viewable during regular Library hours
Through Jan. 31
Celebrate the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. by learning about his legacy, the Civil Rights Movement and the Black experience in the 1960s. Library staff have curated several displays featuring more than 40 books/DVDs on these topics; books may be taken directly from the displays for reading and/or to check out. The displays are located on the first floor near the elevators; in Youth Services; and on the third floor.
In addition, Youth Services has a display explaining the concept of marching as a form of peaceful protest, and is inviting children to write on a pre-cut paper “marching boot” their answer to the question, “If you could change something, what would it be?” Library visitors may then view the boots as they are taped to the large glass window in Youth Services.