Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center Library Recent News
April 6th 2017
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.
February 25th 2017
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!
January 13th 2017
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.
December 8th 2016
Looking for books to read over winter break? The NMBCC Library's got you covered!
November 3rd 2016
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.
October 11th 2016
October marks the 50th anniversary of the Black Panther Party’s formation. You can find more information about this organization with the articles, books, and photographs in our library display.
October 5th 2016
The NMBCC Library celebrates the accomplishments of African American athletes with an exhibit in the Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center Bridgwaters Lounge.
September 22nd 2016
The Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center Library offers a list of suggested readings by authors of color to celebrate Banned Books Week (Sept. 25-Oct.1), which this year highlights diverse authors and literature containing diverse content.
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