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Black in America Series: The Revolutionary Era exhibit in McMorrough Library

McMorrough Library and Archives is proud to announce the debut of a new exhibit, “Black in America Series: The Revolutionary Era”.

The exhibit is the first in a series of humanities events and programs to take place in the newly renovated library facility.

Funding for the exhibit and renovations was obtained through the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Infrastructure and Capacity Building Challenge Grant, in conjunction with the Holmes Community College Development Foundation.

The grant will not only provide funding for the renovation of the building but will facilitate the continuation of McMorrough Library and Archives’ long-standing goal of providing informative, quality programming in a modernized and inclusive environment for the benefit of both students and the surrounding community.

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