Stories Continue to Have Power here at Andersen

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It’s February, and you know what that means! ‘Stories Have Power’ is back just in time to celebrate Black History Month. Within the Andersen Library, there are two displays showcasing the power of stories through film and literature. Like last year, both these displays can be found in the entry way. The first display is inspired by the New York Times article “28 Films, 28 Days for Black History Month”. Of those 28 films, 24 of them are arranged throughout the display. Within the second showcase lies a plethora of literature and audio books that are available within the library. The Hate You Give, The Bluest Eye, and The Souls of Black folk, are just a few of our featured titles. Stop by the Andersen Library to learn more about authorship this month.

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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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