Latino Collection and Resource Center at SA Public Library
The newly opened 6,000 square foot Latino Collection and Resource Center at the Central Library is a cultural and educational resource that chronicles and celebrates the literature, heritage, and contemporary life of Latinos in the United States. The Latino Collection and Resource Center celebrated its grand opening on Tuesday, September 19 as part of the Library’s ongoing efforts to facilitate access to informational resources and enlightening experiences.
“This expansion of the Collection into a full-service resource center is happening at a very crucial time in our city,” Mayor Nirenberg said. “Cultural treasures like the Latino Collection and Resource Center will help San Antonio grow as a diverse, progressive and globally competitive city.”
“With the support of our stakeholders, I know our community will embrace the Latino Collection and Resource Center as a way to ensure that we preserve and keep alive and relevant the rich history of our great city’s Latino cultural heritage for generations to come,” said Ramiro Salazar, Director of the San Antonio Public Library.
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