Attention 🦁! Next Tuesday, 4/2 at 12:30 p.m. join us as associate Dir. Michelle Tovar of Houston Holocaust Museum, will be sharing insights on introducing alternative methods to teaching the Houston community youth in the 21st century! Stop by the library for more information.
Help bridge education to children and influence their power of literacy by participating in the 3rd Annual Book 📚 Drive for the Barbra Bush Houston Literacy Foundation. You can drop off your donation here at @DohertyLibrary found on the first floor lobby. For more information, check out https://www.bushhoustonliteracy.org/book-drive @BushHoustonLit #Reading #Houston #NationalLiteracyAwarenessMonth
March marks National Women’s Month, we at Doherty Library are showcasing women who have made an impact on society. From suffragettes of the early 20th century, women who helped men in World War II, to the first woman to be nominated to the Supreme Court.
Women’s contribution is highlighted this month to recognize the past, educate and inspire students, faculty, and Houston community. For instance, Althea Gibson was the first African American to play and win at Wimbledon in 1956. Althea and many others continue to provide inspiration to others.
Also, every Tuesday of March at 3:00 p.m., we are highlighting women who inspire. Take a look at what the library will be showing:
Miss Representation 3/12
Please join us and encourage inspiration!
Meet Angela, she is a Junior in Biology! Angela works in the technical services department. One thing she likes about working in the library is learning how to read and catalog new books for the library! Interesting fact: Angela has been to Japan twice with University of St. Thomas study abroad program.
Join us as we celebrate Black History Month, by examining great authors in different subjects such as literature, History, Psychology, Music, and much more. Such great authors from Toni Morrison to President Barack Obama have shaped our literary minds to understand someone else’s footprints.
Another example is Langston Hughes, an American poet and Activist. Hughes was a contributor to the Harlem Renaissance, using jazz rhythms in an early form of literary art from of jazz poetry. His works provided the portal of the Black life from the 1920s-1960s.
Come into the library and if you see something that interests you, check it out at the Circulation Desk!
Check us out on your social media feed @dohertylibrary!
Check out #PBS #NOVA’s documentary on Hawaii’s Kilauea Volcano eruption sending rivers of lava through communities. Join scientists & local residents as they investigate the spike of volcanic activity in Hawaii. #ScienceWednesday # HoUSTon #UST #Science #Celtspride