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AuburnAveResearch Jan 19
2018 Auburn Avenue Research Library's Kwanzaa Celebration: via
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AuburnAveResearch Jan 18
Join us for this fantastic program this Saturday. The Auburn Avenue Research Library in collaboration with the Hammonds House Museum will host curator Shantrelle P. Lewis in a…
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AuburnAveResearch Jan 17
2018 Auburn Avenue Research Library's Kwanzaa Celebration: via
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AuburnAveResearch Jan 15
Thank you to all who could come yesterday to support Your time and donations are vital to the cause. Special thanks to who brought us together for this…
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AuburnAveResearch Jan 14
Friends of the Congo Atlanta Support Network is hosting a community engagement event on January 17, 2019. The evening will include a film screening on the assassination of Patrice…
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AuburnAveResearch Jan 8
A highlight from our reference collection. Jet Magazine was a weekly publication founded in 1951 by the Johnson Publishing Co. In Chicago, Illinois. The Auburn Avenue Research Library…
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AuburnAveResearch Jan 7
This Saturday The Auburn Avenue Research Library, in collaboration with A Black Education Network (ABEN) will host ABEN's 2019 regional Conference Follow the Drinking Gourd To Atlanta:…
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AuburnAveResearch Jan 7
"At a given point, there was so much pressure on Dr. King about my being gay and particularly because I would not deny it, that he set up a committee to explore whether it would be dangerous for me to continue working with him,"
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AuburnAveResearch Jan 4
Coming up on Thursday January 17th, the Auburn Avenue Research Library in collaboration with the Friends of the Congo will screen a documentary film about the Congolese Statesman Patrice…
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AuburnAveResearch Jan 2
Thank you to those who could join us for 2018's Kwanzaa Celebration. Workshops by and Diaspora taught the history and purpose of Kwanzaa, and performed an exciting…
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AuburnAveResearch Jan 2
The Live Streamed Recording of our Kwanzaa event last Sunday is now available on our Facebook Page.
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AuburnAveResearch Jan 1
This year keep faith in your community, keep faith in your goals. . . . . . . . . . .
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AuburnAveResearch Dec 31
Kuumba- Creativity. How do you create new opportunities for your community to engage and grow? Make your creative vision a part of the community. . . . . . . . . .
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AuburnAveResearch Dec 30
2018 Auburn Avenue Research Library's Kwanzaa Celebration: via
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AuburnAveResearch Dec 30
Nia- to restore African American people to their traditional greatness. Be responsible for the memory of those who came before, and act as an example for those who will come…
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AuburnAveResearch Dec 29
Ujamaa- collective economics- How do you support the economic development of your community? Know where you invest and where your finances go. Happy Kwanzaa! . . . . . . . . . .
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AuburnAveResearch Dec 28
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