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Auburn Avenue Research Library
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101 Auburn Ave. NE
Atlanta, GA 30303
Auburn Avenue Research Library on African-American Culture and History is a special library of the Atlanta-Fulton County Public Library System. It is the first library of its kind in the Southeast offering specialized reference and archival collections for the study and research of African cultures. The library is a public facility with non-circulating collections, services and programs free and open to the general public.
MARTA Rail Accessible: Yes
Limited parking is available behind the library.
The library is conveniently located three and a half blocks southeast of the Peachtree Center Station and six blocks east of the Five Points Station (where all rail lines intersect).
|Film: Why Us? Left Behind and Dying||Auburn Avenue Research Library||Auburn Avenue Research Library||6/22/2013||Free!|
|Film: Too White to be Black, Too Black to be White||Auburn Avenue Research Library||Auburn Avenue Research Library||6/23/2013||Free!|
|Mindy Thompson Fullilove, Author||Auburn Avenue Research Library||Auburn Avenue Research Library||6/27/2013||Free!|
|Lawrence Jackson, Author||Atlanta History Center||Auburn Avenue Research Library||6/30/2013||Info|
|Smile Haiti!||Auburn Avenue Research Library||Auburn Avenue Research Library||Today – 8/25/2013||Free!|
|The Art of R. Gregory Christie||Auburn Avenue Research Library||Auburn Avenue Research Library||Today – 8/25/2013||Free!|
|Smoke School of Art Exhibition||Auburn Avenue Research Library||Auburn Avenue Research Library||Today – 8/31/2013||Free!|