(Advertisement from January 15, 1900 Duluth News Tribune.)
On January 16, 1900, the influential black educator and orator, Booker T. Washington, gave a lecture on contemporary race issues at Duluth's First Methodist Episcopal Church which was located downtown at 3rd Avenue West and 3rd Street.
In honor of Washington and Black History Month, which is celebrated in February each year, here are some highlights from the Library's most recent acquisitions in Black Studies:
Enter the edible book contest for a chance at fabulous prizes and to show off your culinary and literary skills!
Last year's contest winner
The edible book contest is where you create something with food that is somehow related to a book. It does not need to be edible as the entries are for display only.
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So start planning, cooking, baking, and reading today!