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Researching the Integration History of Your Library

Has your public library always been open to all residents? Are you sure? Many libraries, especially those in the Southern Unites States, have a buried history of racial segregation that isn’t found in books or websites and is often unknown to current staff and community members. Through archival research and oral histories, you can help uncover clues about your library’s past.