Rudy Lozano Branch, Chicago Public Library

1805 S Loomis St
Chicago, IL 60608, US

Category: Community

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Labor Trail

Built in 1989, this public library branch was named for Rudy Lozano, an organizer for the International Ladies Garment Workers Union and a community activist, who was assassinated in 1983. A testament to Mexican art and literature, it houses the largest Spanish-language collection in the CPL system and is covered in a decorative tile similar in style to the pre-Columbian buildings of Oaxaca, Mexico.