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The writing on the wall

Our archive volunteer Helen has uncovered a fascinating story about women confronting racism in 1970s Manchester…

Decades before Facebook and Twitter allowed people who had never met to communicate anonymously, a group of women from Manchester decided to use a real life ‘wall’ to gather views from local people on the subject of racism. 496 more words

The Lindgren trilogy

I recently was able to watch the original Swedish film adaptation of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2009), thus completing the cycle; I have also read the books — translated into English, of course — and watched the 2011 American film version of the first book in the trilogy by Stieg Larsson. 741 more words

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Youth Lunch This Sunday

The youth are sponsoring a lunch following the service on Sunday, July 27 at the Fellowship Building. The menu will be : pancakes, bacon, sausage, scrambled eggs, biscuits, gravy, orange juice and coffee. 29 more words


The Archives is Moving!

MVHS Archives Closing to the Public For Move to History Center

The Mahoning Valley Historical Society’s Archival Library will be closed to the public as of Monday, July 28, 2014 in preparation to move the collection to the Tyler Mahoning Valley History Center in downtown Youngstown.  126 more words


What’s Hot? What’s Not.

What’s Hot?  What’s Not.

EACE Blog contribution by Louis V. Gaglini, Associate Director for Employer Relations & Recruiting at the Boston College Career Center

As we pass the half-way point in the calendar, I came across the latest list of “The 10 Most Endangered Jobs for the Year 2014”.   640 more words


South Africa Country Coordinator: International Librarians Network

The International Librarians Network is a facilitated peer mentoring programme that starts it’s next round in September.

Country coordinators act as liaison points for each country.

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