Boerne’s Festival of Trees will help raise funds to preserve genealogy, history records at local cemetery
The Friends of the Boerne Library are raising funds through the Festival of Trees fundraiser to support the library’s passion project to document the city’s genealogy and history records properly.
WATCH: Black history professor discusses relationship between Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X
The San Antonio Museum of Art hosted University of Texas at Austin professor, Dr. Peniel Joseph, for a Black History Month discussion in February. Joseph, a professor at the LBJ School of Public Affairs and the History Department in the College of Liberal Arts, discussed his recent award-winning book The Sword and Shield: The Revolutionary Lives of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr.During the lecture, Joseph discussed the “nuanced analysis of Malcolm X, Martin Luther King Jr., and their relationship toward one another while reexamining the Civil Rights Movement and the era they both came to define,” according to the San Antonio Museum of Art. Joseph is also the founding director of the LBJ School’s Center for the Study of Race and Democracy (CSRD)To become a member or support the museum, readers can visit their website. AdFind more content like this on our Black history page.
When will the San Antonio Public Library reopen?
SAN ANTONIO – KSAT viewers asked Mayor Ron Nirenberg the SAQ: When will the San Antonio Public Library be able to reopen? Nirenberg said city officials are currently working with the library on developing a reopening strategy. “The problem with the traditional libraries is that there is a lot of exchange of goods, hard goods. So there is a lot of mixing and mingling that doesn’t take place at a digital library like Bibliotech,” Nirenberg explained. The Mayor says the transition team will make a plan for the library to reopen once they see a consistent flattening of the curve.
New Jersey library features prominent misprint
New Jersey library features prominent misprint The brand new Moorestown Township, N.J. library has a Latin slogan emblazoned on its facade. But the building's designers might have needed to check out a Latin dictionary before phrase was set in stone. CBS Philadelphia has the story.cbsnews.com
The Library, Mount Athos
The Library, Mount Athos The Vatican Library holds some of the oldest and most precious works of art and treasure known to man and the "60 Minutes" cameras got to see the best of the best; Also, Bob Simon steps back in time and got rare access to monks in ancient monasteries on on The Holy Mountain, Mt.cbsnews.com