Cuts Force Clark-Atlanta Library Program to Close Due to financial cuts, Clark-Atlanta University in Georgia, a historically black college, is planning to close its well-regarded school of library and information science. NPR's Tavis Smiley talks with Akilah Nasokhere a librarian and a Clark-Atlanta graduate and Carol Brey Casiano, president of the American Library Association.
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Cuts Force Clark-Atlanta Library Program to Close

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Cuts Force Clark-Atlanta Library Program to Close

Cuts Force Clark-Atlanta Library Program to Close

Cuts Force Clark-Atlanta Library Program to Close

Only Available in Archive Formats.

Due to financial cuts, Clark-Atlanta University in Georgia, a historically black college, is planning to close its well-regarded school of library and information science. NPR's Tavis Smiley talks with Akilah Nasokhere a librarian and a Clark-Atlanta graduate and Carol Brey Casiano, president of the American Library Association.