This book focuses on the practical steps of creating and promoting programs, discussing both traditional (ESOL and citizenship classes) and transformative (legal aid and workforce development) programs and services in terms of size, type, and local political climate (e.g., sanctuary cities) at a variety of public libraries as well as in select school libraries.
Table of Contents
- Immigrants and refugees in the United States (and libraries)
- Accessible libraries : in person and online
- Language literacy and education
- Workforce development
- Cultural programs
- Building community
- Expanding services.