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Former OU Dean of Libraries Carl Grant Shifts Gears, Leads Revs Institute

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Carl Grant, former president of Ex Libris North America and interim dean of the University of Oklahoma Libraries, this summer became managing director of The Revs Institute, a Naples, FL–based not-for-profit dedicated to the research and historical study of automobiles.

Helping Unify a Changing City, Cranston Public Library Wins 2020 Jerry Kline Community Impact Prize

Rhode Island's Cranston Public Library, promoting equity and cohesion in a rapidly changing city through its deep involvement in civic life, wins the 2020 Jerry Kline Community Impact Prize, developed in partnership with the Gerald M. Kline Family Foundation.

Despite COVID Concerns, Library Measures Do Well at Polls in 2020

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While the nation is on tenterhooks waiting for votes to be tallied in the general election, a number of critical library ballot measures were decided on election day—and the wins far outnumbered the losses.

Q&A: Author Deborah Douglas Blends Travel and Black History

Deborah Douglas voyaged throughout the South in preparation for her book Moon U.S. Civil Rights Trail: A Traveler’s Guide to the People, Places, and Events That Made the Movement (Moon Travel Guides).

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