Search Smart: Hidden Histories
Librarian Monique Woroniak presents search tips and tricks to navigate Our World collections related to LGBTQ history, slavery and anti-slavery movements, and Indigenous peoples (North America). Featured content includes the Canadian Gay Lesbian Archives, ACT UP (AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power), famed Mohawk newspaper Akwesasne Notes, Winnipeg-based New Nation newspaper (1970s), documents from the Amistad Research Center, and abolitionist sermons and speeches.
For programs requiring registration - Public Program Registration Guidelines
All program rooms have a maximum capacity to ensure safety. We reserve the right to limit the number of program attendees.
An email address is required for public online self-registration. If you do not have an email address, you can register by calling the branch at the phone number provided, or by visiting any Winnipeg Public Library branch in person.
For Family programs, please only register the children who will be attending. Parents/Caregivers who will be attending with their children can be noted in the "Notes" field of the child's registration, but do not need to submit a registration of their own.
For programs with children ages 11 and younger, a parent or caregiver must remain in the library during the program.
If you are interested in registering more than 5 people for a program, please contact staff.