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You pay $18 to spend less than a minute in the exhibit. The lights even went off for 10 seconds in the 45 seconds we were allowed in there. What a waste.
Excellent spot open to the public that also offers interesting temporary exhibits focused on artists of the diaspora.
This place only have 7 computers!! Wait list is long to get a computer!! I had to wait 3 hours on a computer!! I could have went out of town and came back before it was my time to use computer!!
I was doing a project and needed to call to get information on when the facility was built. Upon calling, I was met with an EXTREMELY RUDE person. After being put on hold for a while, a woman answered and I replied, " Hello, how are you doing ma'am". She replied, " How can I help you". assuming that she did not hear me the first time, I repeated, " Hello, how are you doing ma'am". She then said, " Im too busy to answer questions like that. What do you need?". After answering my original question, I asked who I was speaking to, simply because I needed to provide where I got my information from, and she would not even give me her name. Honestly, I would never pay this place a visit.
Beautiful library showcasing African American Culture in so many wonderful ways! Love the Sistagraphy 25th Anniversary exhibition!
One of my favorite places in the city to really nerd out and get my research on. I love how everything preserved and dedicated to the black experience.
One of my favorite spots in all of metro Atlanta. Love their events. The auditorium is impressive. They don’t charge so you should leave a donation
Deep knowledge here.
I love libraries!!!!!!! What I truly appreciate about this library is that they have very good forums and interesting authors come in to discuss various topics...in particular social and cultural topics. The enlightenment is awesome!!!!!!! Just one thing, I wish I could somehow know what special events are going on via an electronic newsletter or email blast from the library PR division.
After two years and $20 million in renovations, the doors of the Auburn Avenue Research Library reopened earlier this month. Was the time and money worth...read this and 1 more