This page was created by Cady Fontana, Makerspace Librarian and Sophia McKissick, Community Engagement Librarian from the Tompkins County Public Library.
Community Resources from Tompkins County Public Library
Hello from Tompkins County Public Library, located downtown at 101 E Green St, Ithaca.
All residents of Tompkins County are eligible to apply for a free library card, and gain access to thousands of books, DVDs, eResources, virtual programming and much more!
Browse the resources on this page, visit us in person, and place "holds" on items of interest.
Email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Reference Desk at 607-272-4556 for assistance.
How to place holds on items at TCPL
Check out eBooks and eAudiobooks for free!
Request a book/binge bundle
Explore our research databases
Research databases are subscription-based services that offer you access to thousands of books, magazine articles, images, charts and primary sources. Options include America's Voice Project, JobNow, Gale's Diversity Studies Collection, Heritage Quest, Mango Languages, and many more.
Check out a copy of "So You Want to Talk About Race" from TCPL
New Fiction, Essays & Poetry from Black Authors.
Young Adult stories of love, resilience, Black Girl Magic, and Afro-futurism.
Adult graphic novels featuring black artists, writers, and/or characters.
For those who want to take anti-racist action but don't know where to begin.
Black Lives Matter: an anti-racist reading list for teens.
Anti-racism books for kids of all ages.
Local resources around Ithaca
These resources provide opportunities within Ithaca for people to learn about and contribute to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion measures. The list also includes resources for those seeking community support.