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New CEO, new branch, what is next for IndyPL

It has been approximately four months since the Indianapolis Public Library welcomed its new CEO. Gregory Hill, IndyPL’s new permanent CEO, joined the library system...

IndyPL opens first autism certified library branch in Indiana

After more than 20 years, the City of Lawrence finally welcomed a new library branch. The Fort Ben Branch Library officially opened to the public...

Celebrate Juneteenth in Indianapolis all weekend long

If you are wondering where you can celebrate Juneteenth National Freedom Day in Indianapolis, look no further. The Recorder put together a list of...

IndyPL kicks off annual summer reading program

Ready, set, read! The Indianapolis Public Library’s annual summer reading program has officially begun. The 2023 summer reading program, open to kids, teens and adults,...

A glance at IndyPL’s social work program 2 years later

In 2021 the Indianapolis Public Library hired its first social worker to bridge the gap between librarians and patrons who need additional services. Yanna McGraw,...

35th annual Meet the Artists kicks off at IndyPL

Meet the Artists is back in full swing for Black History Month, celebrating 35 years of African American creatives in Indianapolis with artwork, a...

Former Martin president, IPS superintendent nominated for library board

A City-County Council committee voted to recommend appointing Dr. Eugene G. White to the Indianapolis Public Library Board of Trustees during a meeting Feb....

Indianapolis Public Library board holds first meeting of 2023

Indianapolis Public Library’s Board of Trustees held its first regular meeting of the year with public comment Jan. 23. Amid ongoing controversy surrounding the search...

Library Board appoints temporary chief administrative officer

The Indianapolis Public Library Board of Trustees voted during a special meeting Jan. 17 to approve a resolution that appointed Anita J. Harden as...

National Conference of African American Librarians pulls convention out of Indianapolis

The National Conference of African American Librarians will not hold its annual convention in Indianapolis this year as planned because of the ongoing controversy...
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