Black History Month is commemorated in the Andrew L. Bouwhuis Library with a display of library-owned materials regarding the arts movement known as the Harlem Renaissance. The display includes books and videos that represent the art, literature and philosophy of the era, as well as the biographies and histories of some of the important artists and thinkers who influenced the movement.
The college community and guests are welcome to browse the display, located near the service desk, through the end of February. All materials are available for lending.
Submitted by: Patricia Coward, PhD, assessment coordinator, Andrew L. Bouwhuis Library