Posts by Angel Truesdale

Queen City Profiles: Brad Schmitt

Queen City Profiles Meet Brad Schmitt Brad Schmitt is the Marketing Director for Skookum, a digital product firm here in Charlotte and he wears many hats as he oversees all aspects of the company’s marketing, solves problems, and quickly takes plans from idea to implementation. He spent 11 years as the Area Director of Young Life,…
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Library History: Desegregation

This timeline was created using the local history and archives available in the Robinson-Spangler Carolina Room, located in the Main Library in uptown Charlotte. Robinson-Spangler Carolina RoomMore Info Segregation was the 2018 topic for On The Table CLT, an annual community conversation. Libraries and other community groups held discussions all…
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Queen City Profiles: Cearra Harris

Queen City Profiles Meet Cearra Harris For nearly a decade, Cearra Harris has worked diligently to find the “spice” of her community, by creating outreach programs that focus on teens’ direct needs. She is now pursuing a MLIS at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro while working at ImaginOn: The Joe & Joan Martin…
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Jodi Deutsch interviewed by Bethany Pierce

Queen City Profiles: Joni Deutsch

Queen City Profiles Meet Joni Deutsch Joni Deutsch is happy to call Charlotte home as the host/producer of Amplifier, WFAE’s new music podcast exploring the Charlotte music scene. Joni was born and raised in Charleston, West Virginia. After learning the radio ropes at WLUR 91.5 FM in Lexington, Virginia, Joni joined West Virginia…
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charlotte pride parade

Charlotte Pride Parade!

Charlotte Pride with Charlotte Mecklenburg Library This year Charlotte Mecklenburg Library walked in the Charlotte Pride parade celebrating the LGBTQIA+ community in Charlotte and the Carolinas. Check out this great video of the festivities Charlotte Pride website
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adulthood is a myth

Chronicles in Adulting: Adulthood is a myth

You could get expert advice from a scholarly journal, a newspaper column, and/or a family member. Here at the library we would like you to consider a pretty hilarious comic for the next few minutes. WARNING, it may take you longer than a 'few' minutes to read this blog if…
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