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A guide to the holdings of the African-American Resource Center of the Tulsa City-County Library.
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"Honoring Our Past As We Embrace Our Future."

Located at the Rudisill Regional Library, the purpose of the African-American Resource Center is to collect, preserve and provide access to resources honoring and documenting the experiences of people of African descent. The Center is devoted to providing the community with current and comprehensive resource materials and professional reference materials on the culture and history of African-Americans.

 

SANKOFA: Honoring our past, embracing our future

About the African-American Resource Center

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Alicia M. H. Latimer MHR, MLIS
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Rudisill Regional Library
African-American Resource Center (AARC)
1520 N. Hartford, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74106
918-549-7645
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The 2014 Sankofa Freedom Award was awarded to Susan L. Taylor

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