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Black Heritage Month 2022: A Community Guide from Gordon Library

February 10, 2022

Black Heritage Month celebrates the contributions, achievements, and legacy African American communities across the Diaspora have made to American history in every field from science and the arts to politics and religion.

In collaboration with WPI's Office of Multicultural Affairs, the Gordon Library is pleased to share an updated guide for the WPI Community to a wealth of resources to celebrate Black Heritage Month. We hope to learn, listen, share and reflect together.

In addition to a selection of books, journals, podcasts, and videos, the guide features information about virtual events this month hosted by WPI's National Society of Black Engineers, Black Student Union, Student Activities Office, WPI Social Committee, and the Office of Multicultural Affairs.

Don't forget to stop by the Black Heritage Month book display in the Gordon Library!


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Flyer from WPI Gordon Library. February is Black Heritage Month. Features book covers for The Color Purple, Long Way Down, ain't i a woman, Stamped, The 1619 Project, and The Hate U Give. Also provides a qr code and link to the library resource guide. alt
Black Heritage Month February 2022 at Gordon Library