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Great Decisions 2021 launches virtually to all branches

For the first time, the Eastern Oklahoma Library System will offer the Great Decisions 2021
series to the entire EOLS system through a virtual platform starting in March.

This long-running patron-favorite provides background information and policy options for eight
of the most critical issues facing America today. Further, the Great Decisions sessions serve as
the focal text for discussion groups across the country. The program will meet weekly online to
discuss a different topic beginning March 4 and running through April.

“We are excited to offer this incredibly enriching program to our entire branch network, as it
has traditionally been available only at our Muskogee location,” EOLS Executive Director Mary
Moroney said. “With increased technology and patrons familiar with virtual programming now,
we wanted to expand this offering to everyone in our branch network. We’re hopeful more
people than ever can experience Great Decisions 2021 and see what it is all about.”

Great Decisions 2021
All Great Decisions 2021 sessions are free to attend, but participants must register. Click on any
or all topics listed below to fill out the online registration to attend.

March 4
Global Supply Chains and U.S. National Security

March 11
The Future of Persian Gulf Security

March 18
Brexit, Presenter Dr. Fritz Laux

March 25
The Arctic, Presenter author Jon Gertner

April 1
China in Africa, Presenter Dr. Xiaobing Li

April 8
The Two Koreas, Presenter Dr. Brian Jackson

April 15
The World Health Organization and COVID-19, Presenter Dr. Aaron M. Wendelboe

April 22
The End of Globalization?

In addition to the Zoom sessions, EOLS branches have a limited number of books on these
topics to loan to registered participants. If you would like to check out a book on one of these
topics, please email to reserve your copy for pickup at your local branch. In
addition, if you have any questions about the Great Decisions 2021 program, please email

The Eastern Oklahoma Library System would like to thank Hultquist Foundation for its funding
of this program.

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