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Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center Library
Use entrance on west side of building (behind the Auditorium) with wheelchair accessible ramp. Library on first floor.
Media Showing Room
Portable viewing equipment available for showing library-owned media items for small groups.
Scanners located at workstations 2 and 9; those using scanners have priority when other workstations are available.
Print and media reserves are located at the NMBCC Library Circulation Desk.
Lounges with snack, coffee, and soda vending machines located on the 1st and 2nd floors of the building.
Group Study Space
Small Group Study Room and multiuse Exhibit Room may be reserved by emailing email@example.com. Collaborative Learning Center room available first-come, first-served for group study.
One black & white printer with print release station.
9 workstations, 1 print release station, 2 flatbed scanners. Collaboration table with large screen monitor and capability to connect up to 4 laptops.
Welcome to the NMBCC Library!
The Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center Library (NMBCCL) serves as a cultural resource for all Indiana University students, faculty, and staff and will be a center of campus cultural activity that highlights Black Culture and the interchange between it and all American culture. Visit us to find out more!
Learn about Camilla Williams with the exhibit in the Bridgwaters Lounge! She was the first major female African American opera performer and first African American faculty member in the IU voice department.
The 89th Academy Awards is this Sunday, February 26, 2017. For all of you interested in films, here's a reading list of books on the topic of black cinema!
Martin Luther King Jr. leaves behind an inspiring legacy. We've assembled a list of resources that give insights into his life and reflections on nonviolence.
Looking for books to read over winter break? The NMBCC Library's got you covered!
A brief summary of how the Mississippi Freedom Summer project in 1964 played a significant part in the struggle for African Americans to gain voting rights.
Rooms for Groups, Study or Collaboration
This library offers group study spaces, collaboration rooms and quiet study spaces. Some rooms may be reserved in advance; others are first-come, first-served.
The Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center Library (NMBCCL) was founded in 1972. It is a hub of information networking, cultural research, and bibliographic instruction and learning for students, faculty, and staff at Indiana University. The NMBCC Library began as an informal reading room, grew into a distinguished reference and information center on the Bloomington campus, and was organizationally established as a branch library of Indiana University Libraries in 1991-92.
The Neal Marshall Black Culture Center Library Newsletter is generally published three times per academic year, with some special issues. The newsletter highlights upcoming events and programs at the library, new acquisitions to our collection, and other information our patrons will find valuable and interesting. Pick up a print copy of the newsletter at the NMBCC Library or view all our newsletters online.
We are located in the Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center, 275 North Jordan Ave. room A113.
The Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center Library supports and promotes awareness and understanding of the African American experience, history and culture through library collections, displays, exhibits, facilities, and programs.
The Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center Library (NMBCCL) serves as a cultural resource for all Indiana University students, faculty, and staff and will be a center of campus cultural activity that highlights Black Culture and the interchange between it and all American culture.