The Denver Public Library’s Plaza programming is specifically tailored to meet the needs of immigrant, refugee, and asylee populations. Plazas are a dedicated space for migrants from all over the world to connect with people, information, and resources, building Denver’s successful global community.

Plazas offer support for new immigrants including second-language conversation skills, citizenship, business networking, and more.

Plaza Voices

Last week marked the close of the 33rd annual Banned Books Week, a nationwide celebration of our freedom to read. According to the American Library Association, more than 11,300 books have been challenged since 1982. 311 challenges were reported to the Office for Intellectual Freedom last year, not including the many other unreported ones. Libraries are committed to bringing awareness to these issues, as well as ensuring free and equal access to information, thus our yearly celebration of Banned Books Week.

In addition to Banned Books Week, September 15 through October 15 is National Hispanic Heritage Month, a tribute to the culture and contributions of...

Services to New Immigrants

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