Monthly Archives: September 2018

Banned Books Week 2018: “Banning Books Silences Stories. Speak Out!!

Who would have thought that censorship is alive and well in the United States?  Yet, nowhere is it seen more explicitly than in recent attempts to ban or challenge various books from being made available through school, public, and university … Continue reading

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Dr. Jeremy Strickler to Explore the Relationship Between the U.S. Constitution and the American Presidency during Constitution Day Program

UPDATE:  Due to the disruption expected by the arrival of impending Hurricane Florence, this program will be rescheduled for a later date. Hackney Library is pleased to announce that Dr. Jeremy Strickler, Assistant Professor of Political Science and Public Service at … Continue reading

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Vivian Howard–Chef, Author, and TV Star–To Be the Featured Speaker at a Jointly-Sponsored Fall 2018 Friends Event

UPDATE:  We have good news!  We are opening up this event to non-Friends members, so if you are interested in attending, please come by either Hackney Library or the Wilson County Public Library ASAP to pick up an invitation.  Deadline … Continue reading

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