N4M: AAS Library Collection Newsletter

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December 2016 Volume 1, Issue 4 SPRING 2017 COURSE RESERVES CONTACT ME ABOUT N4M N4M is a monthly newsletter containing the latest news on recent acquisitions, upcoming events, and ongoing initiatives of the African American Studies Collection at Library West. SUBSCRIBE If you would like to start or stop receiving this newsletter, please email me at: Stephanie Birch 538 Library West (352) 273 2656 Celebrating 50 years of The Course Reserves units of the George A. Smathers Libraries are currently processing course reserve request for Spring, Summer and Fall 2017 terms. Placing course reserve requests early ensures the best possible chance that all materials are processed and available for students on the first day of classes. For information on course reserves, please visit the Course Reserves Home Page ( Maadhimisho ya Miaka Hamsini ya Kwanzaa) DAYS OF CELEBRATION ( Siku za Maadhimisho ) Umoja Kujichangulia Ujima Ujamaa Nia Kuumba Imani Unity Self Determination Collective Work & Responsibility Cooperative Economics Purpose Creativity Faith Dec. 26 Jan. 1


1961 Tangyanika becomes an independent republic on Dec. 9, 1961. In 1964, Tangyanika and Zanzibar merged to form Tanzania under the leadership of president Mwalimu (meaning teacher) Julius Nyerere who promoted the Swahili language (called Kiswahili) as a means for building national unity. Read more about Kiswahili. SAVE THE DATE ( mkumbuke tarehe ) THIS MONTH IN HISTORY ( historia ya mwezi hii ) N4M: AAS Library Collection Newsletter | December 2016 1966 Dr. Maulana Karenga originated Kwanzaa, a festival of African American cultural heritage. It is celebrated annually from Dec. 26 th to Jan. 1 st with each day representing 1 of 7 core principles (called nguzo saba ) comprising the values of Kwanzaa. The use of Kiswahili in the celebration of Kwanzaa is a symbol of pan African unity. Visit the official Kwanzaa website. Stephanie Birch, African American Studies Librarian | 538 Library West | | (352) 273 2656 f rom AT THE LIBRARY ( vitabu maktabani ) 3 rd Annual Umoja Celebration Jacksonville, FL | December 26 Click to register for free! 2016 Kwanzaa Celebration Palm Coast, FL | December 30 Click to register for free! 2016 Kwanzaa Celebration Miami, FL | December 30 Click to register for free! 2017 Black Heritage Festival Tampa, FL | January 12 27 / Kwanzaa: A Celebration of Family, Community, and Culture Call No: GT4403 .K383 1998 Julius Kambarage Nyerere : Crusader for Peace, Justice, and Unity Call No: DT448.2 .J84 1986 Swahili Beat: An Introduction to the History of the East African Coast, Parts 1 3 Click to stream via Kanopy

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