“Won’t it be wonderful when black history and Native American history and Jewish history and all of U.S. history is taught from one book. Just U.S. history.” —Maya Angelou

Read Black History, this month’s book display includes:
Books written by Americans and about Americans who created art, music, and stories.  Books that feature talented athletes, politicians, religious leaders, and leaders of movements.  Women’s voices, men’s voices; voices of children expressing their views, their dreams, and their poetry.  American voices. Black American voices. Black history is our history.

Explore a just a fraction of what the library has to offer, including former President Barack Obama’s recommended books to read during Black History Month.  This display can be found on the first floor of the Drexel Library.

You can also follow us on Twitter @sju_library as we highlight additional books and eBooks in the library collection as part of Black History Month.

The Post Learning Commons and Drexel Library and the Office of Inclusion and Diversity invite the SJU community to participate in the
National African American Read-In.


Tuesday, February 21

11am-12:15pm in the Post Learning Commons 2nd Floor Lounge
and
4-5:30pm in the Center for Inclusion and Diversity (Campion 210)

Bring your favorite passage written by an African American author to read aloud or browse the library’s Black History Month display, based on the Charleston Syllabus, on the first floor of the Post Learning Commons.

If you can’t join us on campus, share a video of your reading on social media and tag it #SJUReadIn.

Questions? Contact Tom Ipri at tipri@sju.edu or Monica Nixon at mnixon@sju.edu

Hope to see you on the 21st!