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Black Hisory Month
Relevant Titles
Black Hisory Month

Carter Godwin Woodson, the Father of Black History Month, wrote the 1933 critique, The Mis-Education of the Negro. This year's theme, The Crisis in Education, puts focus on the crucial role of education in the history of African Americans. The nature of the continuing crisis has shifted over the centuries; efforts in facing the crisis also continues as equal access to quality education remains a paramount American goal. Here's a selected bibliography of books to check-out.

Bibliography
SAMS Invitation for a Spring Break Read!
Reading Group
SAMS Invitation for a Spring Break Read!

The St. Andrew's Medical Society club invites the community to join them in a Spring Break reading of Second Suns: Two Trailblazing Doctors and Their Quest to Cure Blindness, One Pair of Eyes at a Time by David Olver Relin.  The Society will host a discussion of the book upon the return to School. Learn more about the book here!

Second Suns Guide
Oxford AASC
SAS Online Databases
Oxford AASC

The African American Studies Center is an invaluable tool containing: primary sources, images, maps, timelines, multi-media; and features guest scholar essays.  Comprising African American Studies and Africa and Diaspora Studies, delving into this database will give you a truly satisfying research experience.  

In-Depth Research
Spotlight: Video Resources
Resource Guides
Spotlight: Video Resources

Many of your databases have a multi-media component, containing video as well as images.  Navigate those resources using this guide.  And then (we can't exclaim over it enough!) Classroom Video on Demand is the go-to database for feature-length video to help you in all your

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