The National African American Read-In display represents a selection of “Must Read” books by African American authors available at UC Blue Ash Library. Books will be on display until February 28, 2020. Borrow a book and volunteer to read an excerpt from a book by an African American Author by visiting ucblueash.edu/readin. Rachelle Lawson, UC staff alumna and author of Girl, Get Yo’ Life is the special guest for this year’s National African American Read In on February 13, 2020 at 11:00 am in the Muntz Auditorium Lobby.
The UCBA Library has two displays running for the month of February: the African American Read In display (located at the entrance of the library) and the Black History Month display (located near the print station). Both displays will be available through February 28th.
Titles from the African American Read-In display can be used for the college sponsored Read-In event scheduled for Thursday, Febuary 8, 2018 from 12:30pm-1:45pm in the Audiotorium lobby. Read In events are held nationally during Black History Month and highlights African American authors. A full list of titles can be browsed online on the National African American Read In Guide along with information on how to volunteer as a reader.
Black History Month and the National African American Read-In book display.
Stop by the UCBA Library to browse and borrow books in honor of Black History Month and the National African American Read-In (NAARI). Titles that include a yellow NAARI bookmark are written by African Americans and can be read for the NAARI event scheduled for Tuesday, February 28 at 12:00 pm in the Muntz 119 Lobby.
Black History Month Display includes books and DVDs by and about African Americans.
The latest UCBA Library book and media display celebrates Black History Month and the many contributions of African Americans from past to present. The display highlights a wide variety of titles that include groundbreaking works from African American authors as well as books and media that cover key cultural, political, and historical events. Included in the display is a brief synopsis of Black History month from the History.com website and three themes of Knowledge, Engagement, and Reflection highlighted from Regina Edmondson’s article, “Why it’s important to observe Black History Month”.
Don’t forget to check out the suggested titles for the National African American Read-In (NAARI) designated with a bright yellow bookmark. NAARI titles on display are only a selection of a much more expansive list of books on the National African American Read-In at UCBA Guide. The guide represents selected “Must Read” Books by African American Authors available through UC Libraries and was created in conjunction with UC Blue Ash College’s annual National African American Read-In (NAARI) event:.
Stop in the UCBA Library this month and borrow a book or DVD from the display!
Want to explore more Black History month resources? Check out these links:
UCBA students, staff and faculty are invited to participate in the 26thannual National African-American Read-In. The goal of the NAARI is to make the celebration of African American literacy a traditional part of Black History Month activities. This year, the National African-American Read-In will be observed at UC Blue Ash College on Tuesday, February 24, 2015 from 11:00am – 1:00pm in Walters 100.
During the event, volunteers read aloud a short passage by an African-American author. Information about the national event, a list of recommended readings, and the volunteer registration form can be found on the National African American Read-In Guide athttp://guides.libraries.uc.edu/ucba-naari. Be sure to stop by the UCBA Library to browse and borrow suggested titles in the UCBA Library’s periodicals area near the entrance.
UCBA students, staff and faculty are invited to participate in the 24th annual National African-American Read-In. The goal of the NAARI is to make the celebration of African American literacy a traditional part of Black History Month activities. Continue reading →
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