The Civil Rights Movement's Effect on Libraries


Mary Braun


Spring 2004


This paper was originally written for LIS 583 (Globalization, Diversity and Information) a course offered at the School of Library and Information Studies at the University of Alberta. It was converted to a Web document to fulfill the requirements of LIS 600 (Capping Exercise). Any questions or comments can be directed to Mary Braun at mkbraun2@ualberta.net


The twilight zone that lies between living memory and written history is one of the favorite breeding places of mythology. C. Vann Woodward

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The Civil Rights Movement's Effect on Libraries

Last updated on 11 March 2003

E-mail: Mary Braun (mkbraun2@ualberta.net)