"Regardless of our differences or the disparities in our stories (we) are united by our humanity."
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COLLEGE PROGRAMS AND EVENTS
Keep checking! Programs and events related to this year's selection will take place during the Fall 2017 and Spring 2018 semesters.
- READING CIRCLES, See the World through Short Stories. Join the Reading Circles in The Learning Center, Dunlap Hall, D-307. Read for Fun! Discover People and Places! Explore New Cultures!
- Growing My Hair Again, by Chicka Unigwe (Nigeria), 9-19, 2-3pm and 9-20, 5-6pm.
- My Mother, the Crazy African by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie (Nigeria), 10-10, 2-3pm and 10-26, 5-6pm.
- Melancholy Nights in a Tokyo Cyber Cafe by Sequoia Nagamatsu (Japan), 11-14, 2-3pm and 11-16, 5-6pm.
AVAILABILITY OF COPIES
The Nealley Library has purchased copies of the book for 2-week loans. Stop by the library Reference Desk to borrow a copy! You may also wish to check Library Links for additional copies owned by local public libraries.
NEALLEY LIBRARY RESOURCES Seeking print or online resources related to themes of the book? Please call (714) 564-6708 during library hours of operation, or stop by the Nealley Library Reference Desk for assistance.
FACULTY: If you incorporate this book and/or any of its themes into your coursework or department discussions, please complete and return the Assessment of Course or Program Activity Form to Kathy Walczak, firstname.lastname@example.org before the end of the semester.
REQUESTS FOR ADDITIONAL SAC BOOK OF THE YEAR INFORMATION
Contact Kathy Walczak, email@example.com at The Learning Center, located in Dunlap Hall, D-307, (714) 564-6569 for book club, reading circles, events, and/or curricular activities.