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Shared Space - Events - Community - Storytelling - Exhibits


Tow Lobby

Tuesday December 12th

10am - 6pm

The Lantern Library is a pop up museum and multi-faceted education experience for guests who are interested in dismantling systemic oppression. The Lantern Library is designed to help leaders engage with stories of the past to help our problem solving and equity work of the future and to provide BIPOC leaders a space to network, share their work, showcase themselves and recruit employment opportunities.

The day will include multiple education seminars falling under three categories, healing, advocacy and history. Guests engage in these egalitarian style facilitated sessions that offer best practices, strategies and information for sustainability in dismantling systemic oppression. 
Accessibility resources available including:
  • Open captioning
  • Wheelchair accessible - elevator access from street-level
  • ASL interpretation
  • Recordings available post event
Please reach out to us at
with any questions or needs.


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*Each session will be recorded for future viewing. Inquire for zoom option

Library passes cost $20 and grant access to all events 10am - 6pm

We believe in making all our programming accessible at HTE. Please reach out to us at for sponsorship.

Read more on what to expect during each event below:

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