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University of Wyoming Libraries subscribes to a variety of online resources documenting the histories, experiences, and cultures of African Americans, Africans, and other peoples of the African diaspora. On the occasion of Black History Month, here is a selective list to help you start exploring them. General Resources: Oxford African American Studies Center Black Studies […]
A detailed schedule is soon to come, and will be updated. FYI: “The United Nations declared 2001 ‘The Year of Dialogue Among Civilizations’ to encourage shared values of freedom, tolerance, and nonviolence among the world’s peoples. In January 2002, the UW Division of Student Affairs introduced ‘Days of Dialogue’, a weeklong, campus-wide celebration of Dr. […]