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The 25th Annual African American Read-In

Miami University Libraries and the Howe Center for Writing Excellence celebrate National Black History Month with the 25th Annual African American Read-In on Wednesday, February 26th.  The Read-In encourages the celebration of all aspects of the African

American experience, including the reading of selections from all literary genres, the display of artistic works, music and dance performances, and more! Come join us & share some of your own work or anything that recognizes the talent, contribution, or experience of African Americans.  For more information, registration, and if you’d like some ideas on things to read, please visit our page.  If you are choosing to share something other than a reading, please let us know your A/V needs when you register. And as always, we welcome those who choose to come, listen, and enjoy.

Refreshments will be provided so please pass the word & join us Wednesday, February 26th between 11:30am & 2:30pm, first floor King Library, Howe Writing Center for a multi-faceted Read-In!

Register here: https://miamioh.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_cInOTYC2sGN98Pz

 

Past Event

A conversation with Dr. Ron Scott, Associate Vice President for Institutional Diversity, at the Library General Staff Meeting on Friday 27th at 9a.m.

A Hispanic Heritage Month page, a list of selected web and library resources available online!  

Film event and discussion "The danger of a single story: Chimamanda Adichie" facilitated by Dr. Ray Terrell -this event will take place on October 14th from 1:30pm to 2:30pm in King 320.

Social Justice Read-In, in collaboration with the Center for American and World Cultures and other organizations on campus, the 3rd SJ Read-In will be hosted in King Library on November 17th from 2-4pm.

 

The 25th Annual African American Read-In

 

Welcome to MUL's Diversity page!

The Diversity Cluster is charged with promoting diversity through implementation of academic, cultural and social programs, events, and exhibits that reflect the range of racial, ethnic, religious, geographical, socioeconomic backgrounds, disabilities and sexual orientation within the Miami University community.

On this page, you'll find information and links to a growing list library and web resources -on the topic of Diversity- available through Miami University Libraries.

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Technology and diversity in higher education : new challenges - Yukiko Inoue
ISBN: 1599043165
This book examines current and effective educational practices as well as new challenges involving emerging technologies in increasingly diverse learning environments in higher educationand the impact of the explosion of technology.

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