|The African American Resource Center (AARC) is a reference division of the New Orleans Public Library that offers patrons a variety of resource materials on the African experience in the Americas. The AARC opened its door to the public in January 1997. The Center is responsible for NOPL's collection development in the area of African American studies, cultural programming and development and acquisition of educational resources that relate to African Americans. The AARC is located on the Second floor of the Main Library, 219 Loyola Avenue. Hours of operation are the same as those of the Main Library.||
New Orleans University, 1909
From New Orleans University Catalog, 1909
AARC provides research assistance on the following topics:
AARC's Reserve-A-Researcher service provides those with serious and specific interest in the AARCs collection the opportunity to reserve a time with a librarian to assist in their research efforts. Appointments for the Reserve-A-Researcher service are available from 11:00 am 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday and Saturdays upon request. To make an appointment, call the AARC at 504-596-2597, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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