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America: History & Life (CPL Cardholders) America: History and Life is the leading index of literature covering the history, culture and current affairs of the United States and Canada, from prehistory to the present. Begun in 1964, this database features indexing for 1,700 journals, as well as citations and links to book and media reviews. Strong English-language journal coverage is…

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How do I get a library card? Visit the Library Cards page or call 216-623-2800 for more information about obtaining library cards. How do I distribute materials to the public through Cleveland Public Library? Cleveland Public Library posts information about local non-profit organizations and important community information. To learn how, please review the Distribution Procedures (PDF) document. Restrictions apply. On…

Bryan Stevenson

Bryan Stevenson, the founding director of the Equal Justice Institute in Montgomery, Alabama shares his insights and lessons learned in 30 years on the front lines fighting injustice and inequality in the criminal justice system of the United States directly reflect on the current social movements protesting oppression, discrimination, and even death of far too many people of color at…

Innovation Open House

You are cordially invited to the Cleveland Public Library Innovation Open House! Mix and mingle with inventors, students, IP professionals, and small business entrepreneurs. Learn about the resources available for you at Cleveland Public Library as well as upcoming projects and programs. Take a tour of the Maker Space in TechCentral and check out the Patent and Trademark Resource Center….

Update: Masks Requirement for Visitors at Library

Due to the rise in COVID-19 cases, Cleveland Public Library will reinstate a requirement for visitors to wear masks inside our buildings starting, Monday, August 23. The mask mandate is in adherence with CDC health guidelines. We believe it will keep our beloved Library patrons and staff safe and healthy. If a visitor does not have a mask, the Library…

Cathy O’Neil on Democracy

Important decisions that affect our lives are made every day. Increasingly, those decisions are made not by humans but by computers.  In theory, this should lead to more fairness since everyone is judged by the same rules, and bias is eliminated. In reality, the algorithms that are used to make these decisions are opaque, unregulated, and uncontestable…even when they’re wrong. …