Library receives Anti-Racism Reading Shelf Grant

Jayme Evans, Youth Services Librarian, is placing new books from the Anti-Racism Reading Shelf Grant, to the Bryan Public Library. (Photo by Donna Summerall, DTL)A few of the books made available at the Bryan Public Library by the Mississippi Humanities Council Anti-Racism Reading Shelf Grant. (Submitted photo)
By: 
DONNA SUMMERALL
Staff Writer

The Tombigbee Regional Library System (TRLS) is the proud recipient of a Mississippi Humanities Council Anti-Racism Reading Shelf Grant. This is a special limited grant program for public library systems for the purchase of books related to the history and experience of racism.
BPL has many anti-racism books for all ages, and because they are a part of the TRLS, they can ask other libraries in Monroe and Webster counties to send them books.

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