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last updated: 12/11/2013

Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center Library


Welcome

The Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center Library (NMBCCL) was founded in 1972. It is a hub of information networking, cultural research, and bibliographic instruction and learning for students, faculty, and staff at Indiana University. The NMBCC Library began as an informal reading room, grew into a distinguished reference and information center on the Bloomington campus, and was organizationally established as a branch library of Indiana University Libraries in 1991-92.

Vision Statement

The Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center Library (NMBCCL) serves as a cultural resource for all Indiana University students, faculty, and staff and will be a center of campus cultural activity that highlights Black Culture and the interchange between it and all American culture.

Mission Statement

The Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center Library supports and promotes awareness and understanding of the African American experience, history and culture through library collections, displays, exhibits, facilities, and programs.


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last updated: 12/11/2013