Cultural events held for African American and Women’s History months

The Libraries hosted the 21st African American Read-In on Monday, February 22nd. The Read-In is an annual event that honors the literary works of African Americans. Campus and community members as well as students and staff participate by reading parts of novels, poetry, plays and nonfiction. The event is held in honor of African American History Month.

The 4th Annual Women’s Read-in was held on March 25 in the King Library Instructional Materials Center. It is co-sponsored by the Women's Center and is held in honor of Women's History Month. Two themed hours at the read-in: The student group Spectrum hosted an hour devoted to LGBT literature and WiSDEM hosted an hour on women in science. The event drew over 100 participants and listeners.