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What to do with UNCW Records and When to do it
The Cape Fear Museum of History and Science will screen Vikram Jayanti’s 2005 film “Lincoln,” an innovative portrait of the President and his battle with depression, Sunday, May 2, at 2:00pm. Before the movie, from 1:30-2:00pm, Barb Rowe, curator at the Cape Fear Museum, will display and discuss a Lincoln artifact in the collection: an 1861 military commission for a local Wilmingtonian signed by Lincoln. Free and open to the public.
Help us celebrate the opening of "Abraham Lincoln: Self-Made in America," an exhibit from the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum (ALPLM), in collaboration with the American Library Association and the Tribeca Film Institute and with funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities We the People program.
Randall Library will welcome ECU professor Dr. Todd Savitt, who will present "Entering a White Profession: Black Physicians in the Turn-of-the-Century South" during the reception.
The first of Randall Library’s One Book One Community events for 2010 will take place Friday, March 19, at 4:00 in front of the library. Greg Melville, the author of Greasy Rider, will be interviewed by Ben Steelman. Questions from the audience will also be accepted. Pomegranate Books will be on hand with copies of Greg’s books and similar themed books for purchase. The author will be available to sign books after the talk.
Lunch Discussion: Creating Social Justice through Latino-Serving Community Resource Centers
Tuesday, 2/16, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM, Java City, Randall Library
Nicholas Faherty, director of operations at Amigos Internacional, will speak about how Latino-serving community organizations can provide direct assistance that is otherwise unavailable, while at the same time creating a space for volunteers and service providers to learn from and serve the community. Sponsored by Amigos Internacional and Randall Library.