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Location Closure The Clifton Branch is closed due to maintenance issues.

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Jason Reynolds
Black Enough

Black Enough

A Phoenix First Must Burn

A Phoenix First Must Burn

Tyler Johnson Was Here

Tyler Johnson Was Here

Jay Coles
Genesis Begins Again

Genesis Begins Again

Alicia Williams
Dear Martin

Dear Martin

Nic Stone
American Panda

American Panda

Gloria Chao
I'll Be the One

I'll Be the One

Lyla Lee
We Are Not Free

We Are Not Free

Traci Chee
Frankly In Love

Frankly In Love

David Yoon
American Born Chinese

American Born Chinese

Gene Luen Yang
Banned Book Club

Banned Book Club

Hyun Sook Kim

Mission Statement

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Teens and young adults of all races are lighting the path to the fight for racial and social justice, and we know that these are consequential times and dialogue has never been more important. The Council's goal is to help empower these young people with space and resources to help them engage these important conversations.

We’d like to see meaningful connections made with youth of Baltimore City. Further, it is important for us to show that the library is not just about books. We need your input to make the Pratt a more welcoming place for everyone, especially teens.

Get Involved

Share your voice! At the Pratt, we have developed engaging, positive, and educational activities for teens. Check us out!

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Equity Statement


The Enoch Pratt Free Library stands with the city of Baltimore and our community in the fight against systemic racism.

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Pratt Library Resources for Teens


From learning how to write poetry to gaming with friends, Enoch Pratt Free Library has a program for you.