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UO Libraries Resources in partnership with the LRP Black Cultural Center

This guide organizes UO Libraries resources to support the Lyllye Reynolds-Parker (LRP) Black Cultural Center

About the Guide

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Image: "Black Student Organization," copyright University of Oregon, via Oregon Digital

This guide brings together UO Libraries resources and more, to support the UO Black Cultural Center's community's research as well as entertainment interests. It is intended to help support the mission of the BCC:

"The Lyllye Reynolds-Parker Black Cultural Center is the engine for Black students’ academic success at the University of Oregon. The BCC is a welcoming and supportive space that helps Black students harness the resources necessary to navigate their social, cultural, and academic experience. By investing in the success of Black students, the BCC enhances the cultural and social development of the entire University of Oregon community." (via https://dos.uoregon.edu/bcc)

Currently, the guide is strongly focused on online resources, due to COVID-19 closures.

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