Great job, everyone, and the marketing asset package really helps!

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National Book Festival

September 17 - 26, 2021 -- online, with on-demand videos, local watch parties, NPR, PBS, and other broadcasts  

History Live Durango

Lectures, screenings, and more through September 

Free to view on Facebook and YouTube 

High Plains Chautauqua Living History portrayals of Alice Paul, John Deere and more!

Changing the Legacy of Race & Ethnicity -- Whites & Racial Justice conversation with Helen Thorpe, Michael Johnston, and Dr. Dwinita "Nita" Mosby Tyler 

Learn more about these and other programs at

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Thank you so much Deziree – this is so excellent – I am looking forward to watching them all!


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From: Center for the Book state centers communication [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Arnaiz, Deziree
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Subject: Great Reads from Great Places officially launched on NBF website




Just in time for the start of the Festival’s live programming, the Great Reads from Great Places videos are now embedded on each state’s page in the Festival Near You:


You can also share the entire playlist here:


Take care,


Deziree Arnaiz

Program Specialist

Literary Initiatives

Direct:  202-707-0533

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