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Engage in Democracy through Books, Art, and Civic Challenges

It’s a numbers game. From the 2020 Census to the presidential election, everything is about the numbers. On Saturday, September 26, Cleveland Public Library is digging into the story behind the numbers when Cathy O’Neil kicks off our Authors on Democracy virtual series. O’Neil, who wrote Weapons of Math Destruction: How Big Data Increases Inequality and Threatens Democracy, will speak…

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…

Harvard-Lee

16918 Harvard AvenueCleveland, OH 44128Phone: 216-623-6990Email: Harvard.Lee.Branch@cpl.orgManager: Kristen Schmidt Hours About The Harvard-Lee Branch is conveniently located in the shopping plaza at the intersection of Harvard Avenue and Lee Road. While the library itself has limited parking, the adjacent plaza parking lot is free and available to patrons. Harvard-Lee offers free wifi and 24 public computers with Internet access. Printing,…

Jose Antonio Vargas Brings Immigration to the Forefront at Writers & Readers

José Antonio Vargas In 2011, Vargas revealed his life as an undocumented immigrant in an essay published in The New York Times Magazine, and he appeared a year later with other undocumented immigrants on the cover of Time Magazine in connection with a follow-up cover story that he wrote. As the political climate continues to fuel the storms around those…

Writers & Readers: Susan Orlean

Susan Orlean The author of Saturday Night, The Bullfighter Checks Her Makeup, Rin Tin Tin: The Life and the Legend, and The Orchid Thief (which became an Academy Award-winning film), describes her Cleveland childhood as “happy and uneventful…back when the Indians were still a lousy team.” Studying literature and history, she dreamt of writing long stories about interesting things but…