The Chicago office of the Council on American-Islamic Relations will conduct sensitivity training for Aurora Public Library employees next month.
The organization, in a joint press release with the library, said the training for the more than 100 library employees will begin in May.
Sensitivity training was one of the changes promised recently by Aurora Public Library Director Daisy Porter-Reynolds, prompted by the situation that developed around the library's display of a poem seen by some as insulting toward Muslims.
The council had condemned the exhibit, but also praised the library for acting quickly to remove it. In the news release, the council said it and the library are working together to "initiate healing, bring understanding, and rebuild trust" following the situation.