Engage at Your Library

Nonpartisan Sites

FactCheck.org
Project Vote Smart
Spot-On

Podcasts

Science vs. Immigration
The Science Behind Climate Change
Fake News: An Origin Story
NPR Politics: How to Spot Misinformation
NPR Politics: How to Run for Office
538 Politics Podcast: The Gun Debate
538 Politics Podcast: How the Modern Primary System Has Shaped Our Politics
NPR Politics: How to Vote

Libguides

U.S Voting and Elections
Immigration and Citizenship Resources
Media Literacy in a Fake News World
The US Government: The Congress
The US Government: The Presidency
The US Government: The Supreme Court
Useful Social and Political Action Organizations


Check out our new civic engagement displays at the following branches:

Jun. 16 - Jul. 31

Downtown

Jun. 22 - Jul. 31

Monrovia

Aug. 3 – Aug. 21

Showers

Aug. 3 - Aug. 14

Hazel Green

Aug. 24 - Sep. 11

Cavalry Hill

Aug. 17 - Sep. 4

Gurley

Sep. 14 - Oct. 2

Murphy

Sep. 8 – Sep. 18

New Hope

Oct. 5 – Nov. 6

Bailey Cove

Sep. 21 – Oct. 2

Triana

 

 

Oct. 5 – Nov. 6

Madison

The civic engagement project was funded by: