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New Library to open October 12th

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MONROE, La., (KNOE 8 News) - On Friday, Oct 12, ULM will be hosting the grand opening of its new Multicultural Library.

At 10:30 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 12 in 107 Strauss Hall, ULM's College of Education & Human Development will host the grand opening of the Multicultural Library, the region's only collection of its kind. The library, a satellite of the ULM Main Library, will be solely dedicated to multicultural literature and media for K-12 students, teacher candidates, and area teachers. 

The library is funded by a donation from The Carmel Hill Education Fund and a Board of Regents grant. Several special guests will attend. Dr. Judith Parker, director of the New York-based Carmel Hill Education Fund; Margie Godwin, Monroe Louisiana project director of The Carmel Hill Education Fund; and Allison Painich, Monroe project facilitator of The Carmel Hill Fund will participate in the grand opening.
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