Category Archives: Recommended Reading/Viewing

Recommended Reading December 2018 – Celebrate World Holidays

As the December holidays approach, we take this opportunity for feature holidays and festivals from around the world and from many traditions: Virgin of Guadalupe Day, Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, Winter Solstice the Mayan Calendar, and many more.

For this guide, we provide books in our library, ebooks through our databases, streaming films, community resources for holidays assistance programs, holiday celebration events, and holidays attraction lists.

 

 

Holiday Symbols by Sue Ellen Thompson

Call Number: 394.26 H732 1998
ISBN: 0780800729
Publication Date: 1997-09-01

 Festivals of the World by Elizabeth Breuilly; Joanne O’Brien; Martin Palmer; Martin E. Marty (Editor)

Call Number: 394.2 B846f 2002
ISBN: 0816044813
Publication Date: 2002-09-01

Holidays, Festivals and Celebrating of the World Dictionary by Sue Ellen Thompson (Editor)

Call Number: 394.26 H732 1997
ISBN: 0780800745
Publication Date: 1997-06-01

 

You can also find these materials on our Recommended Reading display rack on the Plaza Level of the library. Please borrow and enjoy them!

Recommended Reading/Viewing List: January

America, one nation, undivided 

Image result for martin luther king jr. day

In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Highline College Library presents a recommended reading/viewing list for this celebration, including books, videos, eBook and e-films, highlighting Dr. King’s life, his achievement, the Civil Right Movement and its activists in America.  It was his dream that America be one nation, undivided by prejudice.  Come to see what Highline College Library has to offer by browsing our recommended reading list.You can also find these materials on our Recommended Reading display rack on the Plaza Level of the library. Please borrow and enjoy them!

Recommended Reading for December: Universal Human Rights

United Nations Human RIghts logo

Human Rights Day is observed on December 10 every year. On December 10, 1948, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly. This milestone document outlines the core principles of human rights to be applied universally.

To celebrate Human Rights Day, this month’s Recommended Readings present books, videos, and Web resources on the history of human rights, issues surrounding universal human rights, personal accounts of struggles toward the realization of human rights, and more.

Below are a few examples of the titles. Please click on each image for more information about the books.

Unity in Diversity?
 

The Last Utopia
 

The Human Rights Paradox
 

Until We Are Free

For the complete list of titles, please visit our Recommended Reading Guide.

Recommended Reading for October (Theme 2) Disability Awareness

NDEAM 2016 poster: #InclusionWorks

October is also Disability Awareness Month. Reflecting the important role disability plays in workforce diversity, this year’s National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) theme is “#InclusionWorks.”-United States Department of Labor

To celebrate this themes, our library provides October Recommended Reading/Viewing list. The resources linked on this page are mere samples. To see more of them, please click on the “Reading List” link at the top of each month’s column: Disability Awareness Reading List. You can also find these materials on our Recommended Reading display rack on the Plaza Level of the library. Please borrow and enjoy them!

 

Recommended Reading for October (Theme 1): LGBTQIA Pride

Walt Whitman

LGBTQIA stands for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender or Transexual, Questioning or Queer, Intersex, Asexual or Ally. The purpose of the commemorative month is to recognize the impact that lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals have had on history locally, nationally, and internationally.  –Library of Congress

To celebrate this theme, our library provides October Recommended Reading/Viewing list. The resources linked on this page are mere samples. To see more of them, please click on the “Reading List” link at the top of each month’s column:  LGBTQIA Pride Reading List. You can also find these materials on our Recommended Reading display rack on the Plaza Level of the library.