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An Evening with Tashia: Immigrant Voices on America
A Bailey Library Dig In Series
April: Dig In to Service
Join WCC's Librarian, Tashia Munson,  at 6pm on the third Tuesday of every month for discussions centered around Immigrant Voices on America. In book club fashion, participants are invited to enjoy one or many of the provided resources in advance and join Tashia's discussion to share your findings. 
For a list of recommended resources:
To join the conversation:  

Activity: Dig In and Get Growing

Spring is here! Although you are not able to borrow seeds from the Seed Library at this time, we can offer you many resources and recommendations for your garden.  

Activity: Film Discussion

Explore the world of growing, the history and importance of seeds, and how the way we grow can help us feed the world and adapt to, mitigate, and regenerative from climate change with these three streaming videos. Then tell us your thoughts! Which film(s) did you watch and what is your impression?

All WCC students, faculty and staff have free access to all content on Kanopy. Just click on the link and use your WCC email and password to log-in. 

The Need to Grow

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Seed: The Untold Story

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Open Sesame-the Story of Seeds

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Dig Deeper: Genealogy

Omer Jean Winborn

Omer Jean Winburn founded the Washtenaw County African American Genealogy Society in an effort to address the unique challenges of researching black family trees. Join with others as Jean discusses African American Genealogy and how it has changed. Wednesday February 17 2:-3:00.

Please register for the event through Kalpa for Professional Development credits.

Getting Started with Genealogy

Dig Deeper: MI Notable Book - Teacher/Pizza Guy