Gallery: Julia Palmer Library Celebration


The network created among the seminar cohort during the Julia Palmer Library Development and Literacy Support Project leads to significant learning from each other. In the pictures below, participants share the results of their work in poster sessions during the April 30, 2015 learning celebration.
Seminar cohort networking during the Julia Palmer Library Development and Literacy Support Project

Lia Woerterdyke of the Coalition for Hispanic Family Services, Suzanne Marten of the Center for Educational Options and Marino Frias of the Dorothy Bennett Mercy Center look on as Griselda Estevez of South Asian Youth Action (SAYA) talks about their exhibit during the poster session. Photo: Edwin Nieves

 

Seminar cohort networking during the Julia Palmer Library Development and Literacy Support Project

Suzanne Marten of the Center for Educational Options talks with Marilyn Worrell of Ifetayo Cultural Arts Academy about developing their library. Photo: Edwin Nieves


Seminar cohort networking during the Julia Palmer Library Development and Literacy Support Project

Tayo Woli shares the website that youth and staff developed around their library and literacy activities at BronxWorks with Ayoka Wiles of Ifetayo Cultural Arts Academy and Jane Spielman  of the Center for Educational Options. Photo: Edwin Nieves


Seminar cohort networking during the Julia Palmer Library Development and Literacy Support Project

Demi Rivera of THE POINT explains the timeline of their literacy and library development work to Tayo Woli of BronxWorks. Photo: Edwin Nieves


 

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