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Queens Library Shows Its Support for the Immigrant Community Over 200 people joined us at Central Library on February 3 for a special event to show solidarity and support for the immigrant communities of New York City and Queens. Queens Library President...
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Comment is disabled Queens Library Supports Immigrants Events Library Adult Learner Program, Barry Grodenchik, Central Library, Dennis Walcott, immigrants, immigration, Ivy Van, Job & Business Academy, Langston Hughes Community Library, Nagat Almatare, New Americans Program, Queens Memory yetheart
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Share Your Stories with Queens Memory Valentine’s Day is here, but this year, we’re doing something a little different. Coming up this afternoon, Cambria Heights Library will partner with the Queens Memory project to...
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Queens Memory Broken Heart Week Events Library Broken Heart Week, Cambria Heights, older adults, oral history, Queens, Queens Memory, seniors, Teens tlaffernis
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Culture In Transit: Preserving Community History Across Queens by Maggie Schreiner, Outreach Coordinator, Queens Memory Many items that can help add to the history of Queens are sitting forgotten in apartments and basements all over our borough, potentially...
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Queens Memories & World's Fairs New York City has had the honor of hosting the World’s Fair three times — and two of them have been held in Flushing Meadows–Corona Park! Now, 50 years after our city’s last...
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