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Black History Month

The month of February is dedicated to honoring the generations of African Americans who contributed to the history and culture of the United States. All month long, we will be sharing book recommendations, resources, and programs that celebrate Black voices.

For more information on Black History Month, check out the Library of Congress’s LibGuide. Click here for a calendar of Black History Month programs hosted virtually by the National Museum of American History.

The library offers many opportunities to check out critically acclaimed books by Black authors. Check out one of these titles in print or on Libby today!

Expand you knowledge with lectures such as The Genius of Pauli Murray from the New-York Historical Society!

Hoopla also has a large collection of audiobooks and a curated collection of Black Stories & Experiences—click here to browse.

Kanopy has a large collection of documentaries and films centered on African-American stories.

Browse their Black History Month collection here.

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