AFRICAN-AMERICAN RESEARCH LIBRARY CULTURAL CENTER

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  • African-American Research Library Cultural Center (AARLCC)

    2650 Sistrunk Boulevard Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Estados Unidos

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Dirección: 2650 Sistrunk Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Estados Unidos
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Teléfonos: (954) 357-6282
Correo electrónico: info@friendsofaarlcc.org
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Publicada el 28 oct de 2016      Vista 228 veces

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On October 23, 1999, Sam Morrison, then director of the Broward County (Florida) Library System, watched the ground break for the African-American Research Library and Cultural Center. The center was the realization of his wish to build a facility for the exchange of information and ideas relating to African culture and the black experience that would attract visitors, researchers, historians, and filmmakers from around the globe. Opening to the public on October 26, 2002, the center became the third of its kind in the United States, joining the Schomburg Schomburg Center for Research in New York and the Auburn Research Library in Atlanta. This 60,000-square-foot research center was built by the largest African-American architectural and engineering firm in the United States. Decorated by an award-winning African-American design team, the library boasts 5,000 square feet of gallery space and houses over 75,000 books, manuscripts, historical documents, and artifacts. bout the Special Collections Morrison's vision turned the county's proposal to build a small traditional library in Broward County into a plan to build a facility that honors black culture. Seeking to promote black history and an appreciation for black achievement, the center houses a collection that is a treasure trove of both well known and little known gems. For African Americans, especially, the center provides the resources for a substantial exploration of the black experience in America, an experience filled with pain, hope, and achievement. The center's many collections--including FBI files from the civil rights era and slave narratives--provide ample evidence of a past both troubling and profoundly encouraging. About the Special CollectionsCurrently selected Alex Haley Collection Dorothy Porter Wesley Collection Esther Rolle Collection Hewitt Haitian Art Collection African-American Research Library & Cultural Center Story of AARLCC Self-Guided Tour Links Broward County African American Research Library Broward.org Story of AARLCC AARLCC Self Guided Tour Schomburg Center For Research In Black Culture Auburn Research Library Old Dillard Museum Rev Samuel Delevoe Memorial Park Sistrunk Historical Festival

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"I HAVE A DREAM" Tribute Dr. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR.

Joaquin Antonio Goncalves Borregana - Kim Prisu

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Title After the Storm by sculptor Juan C NUnez F. -NUZ
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Destination Friday "Madrid, Spain" The Art of Juan Carlos Nuñez Fernandez - Nuz

African-American Research Library Cultural Center (AARLCC) / Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Estados Unidos

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by KIm Prisu ,photo credit Eneida Vera
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African-American Research Library Cultural Center (AARLCC) / Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Estados Unidos


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