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The History, Philosophy, and Newspaper Library & African American Research Center at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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HPNL Sep 21
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UGL Illinois Sep 19
Haven't had the time to register to vote? Well, we're bringing the registration to YOU. Register to vote at the UGL on Tuesday, September 25th so your voices can be heard in upcoming elections. More info can be found at this link:
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IHLC Sep 19
We have a new exhibit in our reading room! To celebrate the state bicentennial and the 125th anniversary of the 1893 Chicago World's Fair, the IHLC presents "World's Fairs of the Midwest." Come in to check out amazing items from the 1893, 1903, & 1933 World's Fairs!
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National WWI Museum Sep 19
On in 1917—in a German prisoner-of-war camp—German and Eastern European Jews prayed together, bridging the cultural differences that separated them. A story via : (Pictured: German Jews in military service)
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HPNL Sep 18
Check out "Fundamental causation : physics, metaphysics, and the deep structure of the world" by UIUC's own Dr. Christopher G. Weaver! Available now at a library near you.
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HPNL Sep 13
Stop by HPNL and with a good book! We have many new titles to cuddle up with as the weather gets crisper. 🍁🍂📗📚📖
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Smithsonian NMAAHC Sep 12
On September 12, 1992, Dr. Mae Jemison became the 1st African American woman to travel into space. During the eight-day mission, Jemison logged just over 190 hours in space, completing 127 orbits around Earth.
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University of Illinois Sep 10
Project 500 was the first extensive effort by our university to offer equal educational opportunities for all Illinois residents. In honor of the project's 50th anniversary, join with a weekend of commemorative events from Sept. 27-29:
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HPNL Sep 10
Goddess, mother, queen We mere mortals bow to you Blessed be Her name —GraceAnne Roach Congrats to the contest winner.
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HPNL Sep 5
This is how we celebrate ! 👑🐝
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JSTOR Sep 4
Headed off to university for the first time? Worried about how to use the library? Our tip: talk to the librarians! They are there to help!
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HPNL Sep 4
Happy to King !!! honors the icon with the world’s first library-based Beyoncé haiku contest today 5-7PM. Also: treats! 🧁
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HPNL Sep 3
We’re excited to celebrate ’s tomorrow with the world’s first library-based Beyoncé haiku contest from 5-7PM! Also: treats.
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HPNL Aug 28
Join us next week! 🐝🎂
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HPNL Aug 28
Celebrate ’s with Sept. 4, 5-7PM!!! We’ll have cupcakes and . And the world’s first library-based Beyoncé haiku contest with as judge.
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HPNL Aug 28
Find out why is all abuzz...
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U. Illinois Archives Aug 24
If you are in the Champaign-Urbana area on August 31st please consider attending the memorial unveiling and dedication for Albert R. Lee the U of I Unofficial Dean of Black Students. Please see the information below for another related event.
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HPNL Aug 17
New faculty book alert! Professor Antoinette Burton's Africa in the Indian Imagination: Race and the Politics of Postcolonial Citation just came in. Find it in our New Books section or in the catalog: 🌍
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National Museum of American History Aug 16
How did become known as the ? explores, hearing from experts at and :
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HPNL Aug 15
Thanks for tagging us! We did this challenge a little bit ago, but here are some of the shots that didn't quite make the final cut. ❤️📚
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