Why Mentoring? By Kate Adler, Director of Library Services Every year the MCNY library celebrates Black History Month over the course of January and February. This year we are extending the celebration through March! We kicked [...]
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We Live Security shared answered several great information security questions in their recent post. Here are a few highlights to keep in mind. Why would someone want to hack my email? Carry out credential stuffing. [...]
By Natalia Sucre, Research and Writing Librarian Looking Back on Our Fall 2021 Roundtable Series Last semester, we at the library decided to focus our monthly virtual roundtables on the work of the 2021 NYC Racial [...]
Did you know that the Leaders of Color program is working to build Black and Latino political and community power in Louisiana, Memphis, New York, and Washington D.C.? Community Health Professor Desi K. Robinson, who [...]
‘Tis the season for holiday celebrations and scams. As retailers deck the halls with amazing deals and limited-time offers, cybercriminals celebrate with their own traditions — tricking unsuspecting individuals into sharing sensitive information in exchange [...]
Students, Email communication is fast, efficient, and virtually free. Those qualities ensure that it is used by billions around the world on a daily basis. With many benefits, it is no wonder that those that [...]
Library Connections in Remote Times #23: Redressing Homelessness through an NYC 2022 Ballot ProposalPavel Mamontov2021-11-18T19:38:06-05:00
By Natalia Sucre, Research and Writing Librarian The Problem and How You Can Help This chart shows the numbers. As New Yorkers in our neighborhoods, we see the reality daily, including those on the street who rarely make it to shelters. At [...]
Library Connections in Remote Times #22: Introducing Our Three-Part Roundtable Series on NYC’S Racial Justice CommissionPavel Mamontov2021-10-15T11:44:41-04:00
By Natalia Sucre, Research and Writing Librarian Getting Started This semester the library will focus its monthly virtual roundtables on the work of the NYC Racial Justice Commission, convened in March 2021 by Mayor de Blasio. The Commision is tasked with creating reforms [...]
Local Politics Part 4: A View from Queens By Kate Adler, Director of Library Services We concluded the Library’s Local Politics series with a focus on women in politics and on the borough of Queens. Carolyn Tran ran for City Council in District 25, which [...]
Brother to Brother: Education, Mentorship and Men of Color By Kate Adler, Director of Library Services On behalf of the library, I’d like to announce a new conversation and special collection. Both address one of the most striking and significant issues facing our college [...]