February Display: African American Voices

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February is Black History Month, and Eckhart Public Library is honoring the month with African-American Voices, a display of books by African-Americans.

The display includes biographies (like “Malcolm X: A Life of Reinvention“), memoirs (like “No Higher Honor: A Memoir of My Years in Washington” by Condoleezza Rice), fiction (like “Naughty or Nice” by Eric Jerome Dickey), poetry (like “Poems” by Langston Hughes), and more.


About Jenny

I am the Associate Director of Eckhart Public Library. My office is in the Administrative Annex, but I can often be found roaming the Eckhart Public Library Campus, performing acts of librarianship in every department! I love to read and learn about history. I'm also a huge fan of movies, TV and pop culture in general, and I love to read books of all types. Currently, I'm working my way around the romance section, with some historical fiction and graphic novels thrown in for variety! But you never know what I'm going to pick up next.
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