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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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Library of Congress 7h
Explore American & via the papers of 19th-century abolitionist Frederick Douglass.
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The Crisis Magazine Feb 19
Pauli Murray's contributions as a black woman writer, activist, civil rights lawyer, feminist theorist, and Episcopal priest have largely escaped public attention. 
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HPNL Feb 14
"Watch Your Language Please: Researching Queer History" is our latest blog post:
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IAS Library Feb 13
is hosting a film showing and discussion tomorrow, 2/14, at 6 pm for the film "The Birth of a Nation," a story about Nat Turner. This is a collaboration between The Center for African Studies and the IAS Library. We would love to see you there!
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HPNL Feb 12
Join us 4-6 today in room 246 to celebrate with ! Snacks! Trivia! Learning? 🎩
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UIUC Preservation Feb 11
We posted a blog in celebration of Abraham Lincoln's 210th birthday tomorrow! Read about our conservation of the "Wide-Awake Vocalist" song book from , and head over to tomorrow for a special birthday event!
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IlliniPAC Feb 10
Marthe Cohen was a French spy who saved other Jews from the . Hear her testimony this Wednesday, February 13th, 6pm at . Free and open to the public. Hosted by and . More info here:
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HPNL Feb 7
Today's is brought to you by beautiful rule-breaking moths (Rock Island Argus, Feb 7, 1901)
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IL Newspaper Project Jan 31
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Library of Congress Jan 31
Jackie Robinson, who broke Major League Baseball's color line in 1947, was born 1919. Read about his first year in the majors & listen to an interview
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HPNL Jan 30
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HPNL Jan 29
Due to historically cold temperatures, HPNL will be closing early at 5pm today and will be open 9am-5pm Wednesday, January 30. Stay safe, everyone! ❄️
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UI Student Affairs Jan 28
Stay warm Illini! Frostbite occurs when skin is exposed to severe and/or prolonged cold. Download some preventive tips: -
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IAS Library Jan 24
Don't miss the screening of "Mississippi Masala" at next Tuesday, Jan. 29!
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Slavic Reference Jan 24
"BESA: A Code of Honor" opens tonight at 5 PM at the University YMCA . This exhibit from Yad Vashem: The World Holocaust Remembrance Center highlights Albanians who went out of their way to save their Jewish community during the Holocaust.
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IHLC Jan 23
In 1873, Brooklyn, Illinois, became the first incorporated African-American town in the U.S. Learn more about the town’s history here:
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WGGP Jan 22
We can't wait to welcome to for the One Book One Campus Talk. Join us at Jan. 23rd 8pm.
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University Library Jan 18
The school and community have several events to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. day starting today and running through January 26th. Take a look at the calendar of events here:
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HPNL Jan 17
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UofI Biology Librarian Jan 16
And hey! Sometimes this is what your librarian is here for! No matter how many resources exist, sometimes managing all of that can be tricky, we are here for you to help you be independent.
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