February 9, 2015
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Celebrating Black History Month – Library Resources

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In celebration of black history, the library’s Black History Month libguide features children’s books that are written by African-Americans or with African American themes, available from the Library Juvenile Collection and relevant Web resources. 

The library also provides access to a great selection of online primary and secondary resources for research on African American history, such as African American History Online and Black Drama.

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