Researcher Support Services 05.04.2021The collection documents Black women creating unique identities and movements, presenting women’s perspectives on the diversity and development of Black people generally, and illustrates the evolution of Black feminism.
Discovery and Metadata 04.23.2021We’re offering $10 Starbucks e-gift cards to students, faculty, and staff selected to test features of two services we are trialing at the library.
Auraria Library 02.22.2021The health and safety of our users continue to be our top priorities as we offer limited services during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please refer to this page often, as it is regularly updated to align with the latest guidance from all Auraria Campus…
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