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Friends of the Library and the Moorland-Spingarn Research Center featured Jeffrey B. Perry, author of Hubert Harrison: the Voice of Harlem Radicalism, at its February 2011 Black History Month Program in the Browsing Room of Founders Library.

Our research collections have been built primarily upon gifts and donations from major contributors, such as: Jesse Moorland, Arthur Spingarn, Glenn Carrington, scores of organizations, hundreds of individuals and personal papers and organizational records.

In addition to financial contributions for our general program development we also receive in-kind volunteers and professional services. You may contact the administrative office or you may also contact individual divisions for inquiries regarding gifts and donations to the MSRC. Also, for further information regarding tax deductions or general gifts and donations to Howard University, please contact the Office of University Advancement.

Office of University Advancement

Friends of the Library & Moorland-Spingarn Research Center

On April 8, 1996 the Center launched the "Friends of the Moorland-Spingarn Research Center." The Friends organization constitutes a source of supplemental financial support for the maintenance and development of the MSRC.

The Friends' commitment to the MSRC allows Howard University to continue its eminence in the field of Africana studies. It also helps to support the University's vision to assure that a solid foundation for our cultural heritage will exist into the next millennium. Become a member by checking the link below and filling out the application.

We welcome you as a Friend of the Library & Moorland-Spingarn Research Center!

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