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Waurika Public Library Hosts Two OH Programs

Waurika Public Library Hosts Two OH Programs

Oklahoma City, OK—Waurika Public Library is hosting a dynamic book group called Let’s Talk About It, Oklahoma with “Working to Survive: Surviving to Work” as the theme of the current book discussion series. Americans seem to have an implicit understanding that achieving the American Dream is only compatible with hard work. But what happens when work is problematized? What happens when the American Dream threatens to be an empty promise? The books in this series focus on the way work mixes with the quest for human dignity, the psychology of honest work, and the existential meaning of individual life itself.

This series complements the Smithsonian Institution exhibit, The Way We Worked, on display at Waurika Public Library, July 22 - September 8. Both programs are brought to you by Oklahoma Humanities.

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