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AAS 100 Canon

To facilitate instruction for AAS 100 teachers, a canon of materials is available. This canon includes various resources such as book and article lists and hard copies of documents any instructor in African American Studies may consider. Additionally, each resource is divided by discipline. To allow instructors and students to view materials, links to poems and articles are provided, along with Polk Library call numbers for books.

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 Student Ching Ly designed the official African American Studies program logo. Ly's prize-winning logo was unveiled at the Second Annual African American Studies Spring Lecture on April 19, 2007.