Dear patrons!

We’re entering a new era in our life! In September, our beloved American Center will begin renovations, which promise amazing opportunities for you. Here’s a peek at what to expect:

✓ A new Makerspace with 3-D printer and other fantastic toys!
✓ Contemporary and hip furniture!
✓ New expanded work stations!
✓ And much, much more!

Are you excited yet? We sure are. But fret not! During our renovations, we will still be conducting events with amazing guests and speakers, clubs and other activities. (And do we have a great program for you this fall!) These events may take place in a different hall, but in the same library building, thanks to the generosity of the Library of Foreign Literature. Please stay tuned to our websites and announcements for more information.

We thank you for your patience during these renovations and greatly look forward to sharing the new us with the new you!

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Dear Patrons!

Due to the upcoming renovations the checked-out books and DVDs should be returned to the Center till the 1-st of October, 2014. Thank you!

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    The Civil Rights Movement in the United States
    February 12, 2009

    On Thursday, February 12, the American Center will continue its Black History Month programming with a lecture on the Civil Rights Movement in the United States. The talk will be given by AMC-regular and former History teacher Nick Katsakis. Mr. Katsakis is a Political-Military Affairs Officer at the U.S. Embassy in Moscow, where he works to strengthen the political and military relationship between the United States and Russia. From July 2005 to July 2006, Nick served at the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad, Iraq, where he worked on Shiite Muslim affairs. From April 2003 to May 2005, Nick served as a Consular Officer at the U.S. Embassy in Warsaw, Poland, where he processed over 20,000 visa applications and assisted U.S. citizens abroad. Nick earned a degree in Foreign Service from Georgetown University in 1999. He speaks Polish, Russian, and German.

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