Works for Me WorkLaunch Ready to take the next step in your job hunt or career? Join us for workshops, information sessions, one-on-one career counseling and CLP's annual WorkLaunch Career & Community Resource Fair. Special Event Shankar Vedantam Lecture Wed., Mar. 21 7:00 pm As NPR’s social science correspondent and the host of the Hidden Brain Podcast, Shankar Vedantam offers unique insights into how our unconscious biases affect the decisions we make. Events Black History Month Celebrate with special programs and events throughout the month of February. On the Blog Race, Representation & Picture Books @ the Summit Against Racism Find out what our Children's and Teen librarians learned—and presented—at this year's Summit Against Racism. In the News Producing Generations of Readers One Book at a Time The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette visits CLP - Homewood's annual African American Read-In. Staff Picks Black History Month From powerful female role models to the history of African American cuisine, our latest Staff Picks offer plenty of unique titles to help you celebrate Black History Month. Stream & Download eBooks Audiobooks Videos Music Magazines New & Notable An American Marriage Tayari Jones The Belles Dhonielle J. Clayton Eloquent Rage: A Black Feminist Discovers Her Superpower Brittney Cooper Knucklehead Adam Smyer Mouths Don't Speak Katia D. Ulysse Smoketown: The Untold Story of the Other Great Black Renaissance Mark Whitaker Staff Picks Denise Homewood New Books About Black History These are just a few of our newest titles helping to paint a more complete picture of the role African Americans have played throughout the history of the United States. Morgan Downtown & Business African American History, Biography & Culture: Books for Middle & High School Through stories that illustrate African American history, biography and culture, teens in grades 6-12 can learn about people and events in an exciting way.