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Black University Cuts Rare Library Program

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Black University Cuts Rare Library Program

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Black University Cuts Rare Library Program

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In a cost-cutting move, Clark-Atlanta University plans to shut down its library sciences program. The program is one of only two in the nation at historically black colleges and universities, and since 1941 has graduated more black librarians than any other institution. Emily Kopp of Georgia Public Broadcasting reports.

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