How a Small-Town Librarian Broke Barriers in Mississippi

 Brandy McGill of WLOX reports that “Kathleen Folsom McIlwain broke racial barriers in the 60s when she went against the sovereignty commission and allowed Black people to access the library’s full services, including sitting and reading inside the building and checking out books…”

Get the full scoop at: “How a small-town librarian broke barriers in Mississippi”

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