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What is the Green Book?

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Cover of the 1960 Green Book, from the NY Public Library

The film Green Book won 3 Golden Globe awards this week. The movie title refers to an essential guide for African-American travelers, who often encountered segregation and discrimination throughout their journeys. The guide was created by a postal worker named Victor H. Green (the covers of the books were also… Read more »

GIS Workshop for Beginners – April 6

Rebecca Dobbs, Speaker at GIS Workshop

Hunter Library will host a Geographic Information Systems workshop on Wednesday, April 6, from 3-5:00 p.m. in Room 354, Stillwell Building. The¬†speaker will be Dr.¬†Rebecca Dobbs, instructor in the Department of Geosciences and Natural Resources. The workshop, designed for absolute beginners, will focus on GIS as a powerful tool for… Read more »