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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

Saturday, October 21,
2:00 PM

A C Bilbrew Library

Writers' Showcase

Writers' ShowcaseJoin the students of the AC Bilbrew Writers' Workshop for a series of fascinating stories, memoirs and adventures portrayed in their writings.

The Writers' Workshop is facilitated by writer and author, Odie Hawkins.

Adults.

Wednesday, October 25,
3:30 PM

Huntington Park Library

AIRC Art Activity: Dance Rattles

Let's make music together! Build and decorate a Native American dance rattle out of simple art supplies. Recommended for children ages 5-11.

Wednesday, October 25,
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, October 28,
1:00 PM

A C Bilbrew Library

Jewel's Catch One

Jewel's Catch OneA must see documentary by filmmaker C. Fitz, who captures the history of one of L. A.'s first Black LGBTQ discos while honoring the entrepreneurial spirit and life-changing impact that the club's owner, Jewel Thais-Williams, had on her community.

Filmmaker C. Fitz and a panel of community members will engage the audience in post-screening discussion.

Adults.

Saturday, October 28,
2:30 PM

A C Bilbrew Library

AC Bilbrew African American History Book Club

The Fall of the House of DixieHow much do you know or understand about the destruction of slavery in the aftermath of the Civil War and how the South and the Country as a whole were transformed? Become more enlightened by joining our discussion of the book, "The Fall of the House of Dixie" by distinguished history professor Bruce C. Levine.

Adults.

Wednesday, November 1,
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, November 4,
2:00 PM

A C Bilbrew Library

Writers' Showcase

Writers' ShowcaseJoin the students of the AC Bilbrew Writers' Workshop for a series of fascinating stories, memoirs and adventures portrayed in their writings.

The Writers' Workshop is facilitated by writer and author, Odie Hawkins.

Adults.

Wednesday, November 8,
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.

Wednesday, November 15,
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, November 18,
2:00 PM

Rosemead Library

Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar

Join us for a little Hawaiian slack key guitar with Mitch Chang. Start your holidays off in the spirit of aloha.  Mitch Chang is the producer/creator of four landmark music festivals including the southern California Slack Key Festival.   

Hosted by the Asian Pacific Resource Center. Adults, teens, children 6 and up.

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

Hibiscus

Wednesday, November 22,
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.

Wednesday, November 29,
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.

Wednesday, December 6,
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.

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.