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UMN Libraries’ Umbra Search African American History makes Black history freely available online

The University of Minnesota Libraries, in partnership with the Penumbra Theatre Company, is launching Umbra Search African American History, a free and openly available online search tool that facilitates broad access to over 400,000 digitized archival materials documenting African American history from more than 1,000 libraries, archives, and cultural heritage institutions across the United States. 6 more words

Friday- Links

Here are the links for this week.

Self-Selected Homework– This one is good because of Wednesday’s post on no homework. The decision to do no homework was a process for me. 115 more words


Amazing "alien claw" found with mummified skull in mystery tunnels deep below the Peruvian desert

The Institute Inkari-Cusco, a group of “paranormal enthusiasts”, have claimed to have discovered an “alien claw” as well as a skull close to each other in underground Peru. 149 more words


President Obama’s vast social media archive goes live with 250,000 posts, photos and videos

The White House, in partnership with ArchiveSocial, announced on Thursday that an archive of eight years of Obama social postings have been made available online. The database contains more than 250,000 posts, photos and videos shared by more than 100 official Obama White House social media profiles including the president’s @POTUS Twitter timeline, the official White House Facebook page, and the First Lady’s Instagram feed.

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Tips to help keep your New Years Resolutions

Attending parties, cheering your favorite football team, dancing and watching the ball drop in New York City are tried and true practices at the conclusion of every year. 53 more words

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