To welcome the new century, Greater Fort Lauderdale invites you to "Immerse Yourself in Celebration," with a two-year calendar of exciting events, including the June celebration of the new African-American Research Library and Cultural Center, opening in late 2000 and one of three of its kind in the United States.
What does AARLCC stand for?
AARLCC stands for African-American Research Library and Cultural Center (Fort Lauderdale, FL)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- American All Risk Insurance Services, Inc. (San Fransisco, CA)
- Austrian Association for Research in IT (Vienna, Austria)
- Automated Anesthesia Record Keeper
- American Academy of Ryukyu Kempo Jitsu (Sierra Vista, AZ)
- American Amateur Radio League
- Army Aeromedical Research Laboratory
- Attribute Authority Revocation List (technological security)
- Auburn Avenue Research Library on African-American Culture and History
- Australian Academic and Research Libraries (quarterly journal)
- African American Republican Leadership Council
- Australian Academic Research Libraries Network
- Arkansas Association of Registered Land Surveyors (Little Rock, AR)
- Advanced Anti-Radiation Missile
- African American Resource Ministries
- Agrupación Astronómica de la Region de Murcia
- American Association on Mental Retardation
- Anti-air Anti-Radiation Missile
- Aquaculture & Aquatic Resources Management
- ASEAN Armies Rifle Meet
- Association for the Advancement of Relationship Marketing
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Organizations that received grants include: The Education Fund for the Citibank Family Tech Program and Citibank Success Fund; the Broward Education Foundation and Education Foundation of Palm Beach County for the Citibank Success Fund; and the Broward Public Library Foundation to construct a technology center at the new African-American Research Library and Cultural Center, which will be the third of its kind in the U.
James Sistrunk, Broward County's first black physician, to the new African-American Research Library and Cultural Center opening in 1999, Greater Ft.