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Library Closed Dec. 18-Jan. 3

Please note that the Library will be closed for renovation work from December 18, 2015 - January 3, 2016.

During this time, books may be returned to E111, the Library Annex. Books requested before Monday, December 21, 2015 from other CUNY schools can be picked up in E111.

We're very sorry for any inconvenience.

We'll see you back in the Library January 4 for the start of Fall II!



LaGuardia Library Books of the Week: World AIDS Day

AIDS: Between Science and Politics AIDS: Don't Die of Prejudice

AIDS: Between Science and Politics by Peter Piot

"AIDS Between Science and Politics is a compelling, expert analysis from the founding director of UNAIDS. A must-read for anyone interested in the international AIDS response and the ongoing social, political, and medical challenges posed by HIV."

—Nicoli Nattrass, author of The AIDS Conspiracy: Science Fights Back

AIDS: Don't Die of Prejudice by Norman Fowler

Norman Fowler who was instrumental in the remarkably enlightened approach to the crisis in the 1980s , punctures any complacency we might have developed by showing how , through a combination of bigotry and ignorance, worldwide the disease still remains a major and growing scourge."

Belfast Telegraph

AIDS: Between Science and Politics is a New Book. New Books are in front of the Reference Desk.

AIDS: Don't Die of Prejudice is in storage. Instructions on how to request a book from storage are here. It takes about a day for books to come out of storage.

Ask a librarian to help you find resources on this or related books.

See our previous Books of the Week here.