18 04, 2022

MCNY Library Stands in Solidarity with the New York Public Library on “Banned Books for All”

2022-04-18T15:28:41-04:00

On April 13, 2022, Tony (Anthony) W. Marx, President of The New York Public Library (NYPL) issued a powerful email statement that reminds us of the rights and freedoms that are often taken for granted. [...]

MCNY Library Stands in Solidarity with the New York Public Library on “Banned Books for All”2022-04-18T15:28:41-04:00
29 04, 2021

Luz Maria Mack — A Degree in Bringing Together Motherhood, Community and Education

2021-06-22T19:09:18-04:00

Bilingual children's book author, 2007 Master’s in Public Affairs and Administration alumna, Luz Maria Mack is a mother of three and a full-time Admin Specialist to the Associate Director for Clinical Research at Weill Cornell Medicine. [...]

Luz Maria Mack — A Degree in Bringing Together Motherhood, Community and Education2021-06-22T19:09:18-04:00
17 02, 2021

Library Connections in Remote Times #15: What’s Poetry Got to Do with It?

2021-10-15T16:34:37-04:00

What’s Poetry Got to Do with It? A Community Reading of Amanda Gorman  By Tina Callender  MCNY Library hosted its first roundtable of the new year and semester on February 9th at 5pm. Our topic: Poetry and politics via the work of Amanda Gorman, who most recently commanded the nation’s attention on January 21st. Many thanks to students [...]

Library Connections in Remote Times #15: What’s Poetry Got to Do with It?2021-10-15T16:34:37-04:00
10 03, 2020

The Cooperative Economy and Communities of Color

2020-03-11T16:27:40-04:00

By Natalia Sucre, Instruction & Digital Services Librarian The Background In early February, the MCNY community witnessed on stage a seldom discussed story: the flourishing of autonomous, Black prosperity in early twentieth-century America. The play [...]

The Cooperative Economy and Communities of Color2020-03-11T16:27:40-04:00
1 02, 2020

Martin Luther King and the Legacy of the Poor People’s Campaign

2020-02-28T11:49:58-05:00

By Kate Adler (Director of Library Services) & Natalia Sucre (Instruction & Digital Services Librarian) The Background Every year, in January and February the Library celebrates Black History and the Legacy of Dr. Martin [...]

Martin Luther King and the Legacy of the Poor People’s Campaign2020-02-28T11:49:58-05:00
10 12, 2019

Questions of “American” “Citizenship” with Professor Wallace Ford, II

2019-12-16T14:40:54-05:00

By Kate Adler, Director of Library Services Thanksgiving may, for some of us, be a fun holiday, with food and family; but it is also a day that represents some of the darkest aspects [...]

Questions of “American” “Citizenship” with Professor Wallace Ford, II2019-12-16T14:40:54-05:00