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Annie Kenney and Christable Pankhurst of the Women's Social and Political Union holding a Votes for Women sign circa 1903

Nashville Public Library’s Votes for Women Project

The Votes For Women Project is an interactive exploration of the power of women and girls, the power of voting, and the power of power itself. It’s set to open at the Main Library in downtown Nashville March 8, 2020. (Don’t worry, we’re working on a sneak peek for PLA2020 conference attendees.)

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Get ‘Em Online! Nashville Public Library’s Digital Inclusion PSA

Studio NPL, the Nashville Public Library’s innovative teen technology program, hosts workshops every day ranging from music production, photography, and design to e-textiles and robotics. The idea of a teen-only Digital Inclusion PSA competition to encourage adults to learn how to get online was a concept everyone was excited about. We all saw its potential for the community.