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Resource Centers
American Indian Resource Center
Asian Pacific Resource Center
Black Resource Center
Chicano Resource Center

Ethnic Resource Centers

Ethnic Resource Centers
airc

Located at the Huntington Park Library

Click here for more information about Native American Heritage Month

aprc

Located at the Rosemead
Library

Click here for more information about Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

brc

Located at the
A C Bilbrew
Library

Click here for more information about Black History Month

crc

Located at the
East Los Angeles Library

Click here for more information about Hispanic Heritage Month

Upcoming Resource Center Events

Date Event

Wednesday, December 13,
3:30 PM

Huntington Park Library

AIRC Art Activity: Totem Poles

Two Totem PolesLearn about totem poles, Northwest Art, and the indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest coast through this wonderful art activity!

 
Recommended for people ages 5 and up.

Wednesday, December 13,
5:30 PM

A C Bilbrew Library

Black Minds Matter

Black Minds MatterBlack Minds Matter is a free online course taught by Professor J. Luke Wood from San Diego State University. This eight-part webinar will address issues facing Black male students and offer research-based strategies for improving success.

This is a collaboration with the National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa.

Adults and teens ages 13 and up.

Free and open to the public.

Saturday, December 16,
11:00 AM

Rosemead Library

California Day of Inclusion

Join us in celebrating California Day of Inclusion with a documentary film screening of Bittersweet Roots:  The Chinese in California's Heartland.  On December 17, 1943, the Magnuson Act repealed the Chinese Exclusion Act ending over 60 years of restricted Chinese immigration to the United States.  Day of Inclusion commemorates the sacrifices and contributions of America's  immigrant heritage.

Hosted by the Asian Pacific Resource Center.

Adults and Teens.

Parents be aware that refreshments will be served at this event.  An ingredients list will be available.

 

Saturday, December 16,
1:00 PM

Lancaster Library

Pre-Kwanzaa Workshop and Celebration

Pre-Kwanzaa WorkshopEnjoy art and music activities while learning about this Pan-African holiday from the teachers of the Limbiko Tembo School of African American Culture (Us). Kwanzaa is a celebration of family, community and culture created by Dr. Maulana Karenga in 1966.

All ages are welcome.

Saturday, December 16,
2:00 PM

Rosemead Library

Holiday Boxes and Cards

 boxes and cards

Brush up on your origami skills.  Make holiday gifts and cards for friends and family. Adults, teens, and children 7 and up.

Hosted by the Asian Pacific Resource Center.

Parents be aware that refreshments may be served at this event.  An ingredients list will be available.

Wednesday, December 20,
5:30 PM

A C Bilbrew Library

Black Minds Matter

Black Minds MatterBlack Minds Matter is a free online course taught by Professor J. Luke Wood from San Diego State University. This eight-part webinar will address issues facing Black male students and offer research-based strategies for improving success.

This is a collaboration with the National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa.

Adults and teens ages 13 and up.

Free and open to the public.

Saturday, January 20,
2:00 PM

Rosemead Library

The Pleasures of Tea

tea cupsLinda Louie of Bana Tea Company will share her life-long passion for tea.  Learn about the history of Chinese tea culture, the different categories of tea, and delight in a Gongfu brewing demonstration and tasting.

Please register for this program at the Rosemead Library information desk.

This program is best suited for adults.

Hosted by the Asian Pacific Resource Center.