Grades 4-8; 45-60 min. Registration required; call 410.313.7800 or visit This series for students in grades 4 through 8 discusses Newbery Medal and Newbery Honor winners. Copies of titles available for borrowing by registered participants at the Children’s Research Desk. Tour the Undesign the Redline exhibit, then discuss Echo by Pam Munoz Ryan. This […]

After the Civil War, African Americans briefly rode a wave of reform to important political positions. Roughly 2000 took office and nearly a dozen former slaves served in Congress. Despite efforts to use intimidation and Jim Crow laws to quash the increasing respect and power that African American men were gaining, these trailblazers served as […]

After touring the exhibit, do you have a desire to think/talk about it from a more critical lens? Trent Hall, professional facilitator with #OneHoward and community outreach specialist for the Local Childrens Board, leads informal yet fruitful discussions about Undesign the Redline. Explore the thoughts and feelings you and others had while immersed in the exhibit. […]