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Oct 16, 2017

White Privilege

Suzanne Sanderson, Librarian

The Rev. John C. Dorhauer, President of the United Church of Christ, wrote:  “It is time this still largely white denomination wrestles with its investment in whiteness, and learns all it can about the manifestations and impact of White Privilege.”  That's what Plymouth will be doing as we gather to talk about the subject this month.

We don't live in a…  MORE >>

Oct 9, 2017

Parenting While Queer

Suzanne Sanderson, Librarian

On October 14, Plymouth will be hosting "Parenting While Queer: Conversations with LGBTQ Parents About Identity and Family. The program is co-sponsored by Town Hall. The Reverend Steve Davis will be on the panel. Doors open at 2pm for the Resource Fair, and the program begins at 3pm. Check the Herald for more information.

Plymouth Library has some books (and a DVD) you might be…  MORE >>

Oct 2, 2017

The Transformative Power of Giving Thanks

Suzanne Sanderson, Librarian

On October 12, Diana Butler Bass will be here to talk about her new book, The Transformative Power of Giving Thanks. I hope you will be able to attend. You'll have to wait until April to read the book, but the pre-publication buzz is positive. However, you don't have to wait to read Bass' previous books. They are right here in Plymouth Library (and listed below).

But right…  MORE >>

Sep 25, 2017

Burn, Baby, Burn

Suzanne Sanderson, Plymouth Librarian

"Fahrenheit 451 - the temperature at wh1ch book-paper catches fire, and burns."

"The books leapt and danced like roasted birds, their wings ablaze with red and yellow feathers." Montag was a fireman, but in his world of the future , firemen didn't put out fires; they burned books; they incinerated ideas. I knew this. I had seen the movie with Oskar Werner and Julie…  MORE >>

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