As we celebrate Black History Month, we invite you to explore and engage with this virtual display by:
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After exploring this guide, we hope you will be inspired to create something:
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As you explore the guide, here are some questions to think about and reflect upon.
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A huge thank you to Brandi Gomez '20 for her thoughtful feedback and meaningful contributions to this section of the virtual display.
We'd love to hear from you!
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This month’s virtual display is brought to you by the Libraries’ Diversity Advancement Committee (DAC). We are committed to fostering spaces where voices and stories are valued and shared.
Each year in honor of Black History Month, the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH) provides the nation with a theme to help us focus our celebration of the vast contributions and rich history of African American citizens. For more information about this year's Black History Month theme and previous year's themes please visit the ASALH website.
The ASALH's 2021 theme, "The Black Family: Representation, Identity, and Diversity," inspired the Libraries DAC as we created our virtual display. However, the contents exhibited this year are by no means the limit to our collection. We invite you to continue exploring the Libraries resources. If you need help, AskUs!