Kalea Brown

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Autism Acceptance: A Photographic Exhibition Opening Reception and Panel Discussion Fostering a Conversation from Awareness to Acceptance

February 14, 2024 by | Leatherby Libraries

Join us on Wednesday, February 28, 2024, to celebrate the grand opening of the Acceptance photographic exhibit by Chapman University lecturer Bernie Dickson. This event will be in the Doy and Dee Henley Reading Room on the second floor of the Leatherby Libraries. Dickson curated Acceptance: A Step to Promote Awareness and Understanding of Autism after being inspired by her family’s

Chinese Culture & Values Display A Display Celebrating Chinese Culture and Values

December 15, 2023 by | Leatherby Libraries

The Leatherby Libraries has curated a display celebrating Chinese Culture and Values! There are multiple core values within Chinese culture, with harmony being critical. There is an emphasis on maintaining balance between humankind and nature, between people and society, between members of different communities, and between the mind and the body. This display aims to

Images and Imaginings of Internment Comics and Illustrations of Wartime Incarceration Exhibition

December 12, 2023 by | Leatherby Libraries

The Frank Mt. Pleasant Library of Special Collections and Archives at the Leatherby Libraries and the Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences have collaborated to create a semester-long exhibit, Images and Imaginings of Internment: Comics and Illustrations of Camp. This exhibition highlights Japanese American wartime incarceration and its lasting legacy through the lens

Leatherby Libraries’ New Native American Heritage Month Display Recognizing Indigenous Identity and Culture

November 22, 2023 by | Leatherby Libraries

In honor of Native American Heritage Month, we created a display to celebrate Native American traditions and culture. Native American Heritage Month is celebrated annually in November. This display was inspired by the invaluable contributions that indigenous people have made to American culture. We curated a collection of books highlighting indigenous identities and values to

Constitution Day at the Leatherby Libraries Honoring our Democracy Through a Book Display

September 18, 2023 by | Leatherby Libraries

On September 17th, 1787, the United States Constitution was signed into law. To honor this momentous occasion, the Leatherby Libraries creates an annual book display for Constitution Day, celebrated yearly on the anniversary of the signing. Our display marks the historic day by sharing literature about the Constitution from our collection, inviting patrons to increase

Happiness Happens Book Display Encouraging a Positive Mindset for this Academic Year

September 7, 2023 by | Leatherby Libraries

The Leatherby Libraries presented a display celebrating Happiness Happens Month, celebrated annually in August. This display aimed to help students and teachers have a positive mindset going into this new academic year. It includes publications such as A Short Guide to a Happy Life by Anna Quindle, Happiness Explained: What Human Flourishing Is and What

National Arab American Heritage Month Display A Display Celebrating the Arab American Culture and Heritage

April 25, 2023 by | Leatherby Libraries

Starting this year, President Joe Biden issued a historic proclamation recognizing National Arab American Heritage Month (NAAHM) for April. In honor of this proclamation, the Leatherby Libraries presents a display celebrating National Arab American Heritage Month. This display celebrates the Arab American culture, heritage, and experience and pays tribute to the contributions of Arab Americans

César Chávez Display A display honoring the educator, environmentalist, and civil rights leader

March 9, 2023 by | Leatherby Libraries

The Leatherby Libraries presents a display celebrating César Chávez Day, celebrated on March 31, 2023. This display honors César Chávez’s legacy as an educator, environmentalist, and civil rights leader. It includes publications such as Jacques E. Levy’s Cesar Chávez : autobiography of La Causa and Robert L. Holmes and Barry L. Gan’s Nonviolence in theory

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