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AuburnAveResearch Oct 20
Last night, thanks to hammondshouse we had the amazing opportunity to host Troy Powell, Artistic director of alvinailey as he was interviewed by local journalist
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AuburnAveResearch Oct 19
The Auburn Avenue Research Library, in collaboration with Hammonds House Museum, will host a screening of We Took Straw and Made Bricks: The Story of the Jeanes Supervisors.  This…
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AuburnAveResearch Oct 19
The post-screening panel discussion of the film Back Pack Full of Cash featured Jason Esteves, Nina Gilbert, Tiffany Green-Abdullah, Atiba Mbiwan, and Eli Velez, discussing the many issues assailing the public education system while disentangling common misconceptions about it.
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Anthony Knight Oct 18
At talking about education in the USA. Public schools vs charter and privatized schools.
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AuburnAveResearch Oct 18
What is the impact of the growing privatization of public schools on America’s most vulnerable school populations? Join us tonight as disentangle the complexity of this topic.
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AuburnAveResearch Oct 16
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The Baton Foundation Oct 11
Join us on October 18, at for a film screening and conversation about education in Atlanta and in the United States.
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AuburnAveResearch Oct 10
and - How does this shape our sense of ? This episode of Code Switch highlights the questions and experiences of transracial/international adoptees in the United States.
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AuburnAveResearch Oct 9
You’re missing a wonderful conversation with Author and as they discuss on it’s book birthday
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The Nobel Prize Oct 5
BREAKING NEWS: The Norwegian Nobel Committee has decided to award the Nobel Peace Prize for 2018 to Denis Mukwege and Nadia Murad for their efforts to end the use of sexual violence as a weapon of war and armed conflict.
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AuburnAveResearch Oct 5
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AuburnAveResearch Oct 5
hosting A3C Action Summit Conference
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AuburnAveResearch Oct 3
Dr. Carol Anderson, who we hosted in our auditorium just last week, talks about her book "One Person No Vote" with Trevor Noah on .
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AuburnAveResearch Sep 27
Tonight! Just a reminder this book club will meet next door to the AARL, at the Constellations building- 135 Auburn Ave., 2nd Floor Can't wait to see you there!
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AuburnAveResearch Sep 26
"There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you." -Maya Angelou What better way to celebrate (September 23-29) than to visit your local library today.
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AuburnAveResearch Sep 18
Those identifying as black or Latino and those with less than a high school education or an annual income below $15,000 were more likely to have more adverse childhood experiences.
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AuburnAveResearch Sep 18
Coming up this Thursday! Don't miss out on this powerful documentary. Learn more about the long history of the HBCUs.
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AuburnAveResearch Sep 17
We are proud to host the Newberry Medal Award Winner, Author Christopher Paul Curtis in a LIVE streamed conversation. Tune in as we broadcast a conversation with Mr. Curtis about his life and work. You can ask questions through the live stream feed and get them answered!
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AuburnAveResearch Sep 14
Check out this week's Podcast episode: "Policing the Black Man" an in-depth discussion with Professor Angela J. Davis from the American University's Washington College of Law.
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AuburnAveResearch Sep 12
Dr. Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham’s appointment as the first African-American chair of the Department of History at Harvard University is significant, but not for the reasons most would expect.
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