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African American Innovation and Invention

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2019 February African American Innovation and Invention Display

In the month of February, FSU Libraries celebrated National Black History Month. This yearly commemoration recognizes generations of African American leaders that have contributed countless advancements to our society as we know it. The theme for this year's display is “African American Innovation and Invention.” The products of African American innovation can be seen in every aspect of life. We have highlighted several African Americans that have acted as pioneers in the fields of science, sport, education, and civil rights. The lives and stories of Jesse Owens, Langston Hughes, Harriet Tubman, and Michelle Obama are displayed in our collection to share their message of fearless ambition and unfaltering advancement. 

Physical Resources


Barack Obama's America : how new conceptions of race, family, and religion ended the Reagan era

Incidents in the life of a slave girl : written by herself

The Black 100 : a ranking of the most influential African-Americans, past and present


Moisture of the earth : Mary Robinson, civil rights and textile union activist : an oral history


Epic lives : one hundred Black women who made a difference

Malcolm X. : a life of reinvention
 
Electronic Resources

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