‘What Black History Means to Me’ lives in Andersen

All month Andersen has highlighted the many ways stories have power. Black history month is an appropriate time to do so, and UW-Whitewater’s ‘What Black History Month Means to Me’ display is no different. Featuring photos and excerpts from students, staff, and faculty around campus, university leaders publicly declare what black history means to them. This enlightening display lives on the second floor of the Andersen Library until March 8. Be sure to stop by to visit this display.

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About Sarell Martin

I am the PR & Outreach Coordinator and member of the Access Services Department here at the Andersen Library. Writing continues to be an instrument that requires constant mastering. But don't feel bad for me... "Writing is its own reward." -Henry Miller
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