BLACK HISTORY MONTH EXHIBIT TO FEATURE WORK OF W.E.B. DUBOIS
In recognition of Black History Month, the Old Dominion University Libraries will sponsor an exhibit titled "A Celebration of W.E.B. DuBois' 'Souls of Black Folks.'"
Published 100 years ago, "Souls" remains Du Bois' most popular and influential work. His spirited, defining stance on freedom and justice in his scholarly writings continues to serve as a catalyst in the African American community today. this exhibit will be on display in the lobby of the Perry Library throughout February. Features include a chronology of DuBois' life, the evolution of "Souls of Black Folks" and "Souls of Black Folks: Past, Present and Future."
A listing of all campus Black History Month activities will also be on display. For more information, contact Virginia S. O'Herron, acting university librarian, at 683-4141.
This article was posted on: January 6, 2003
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