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Camden-Carroll Library is proud to host its Second Annual African American Read-In on Monday, February 7, from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm.

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Schedule of special guest readers:

 

9:00 am Brice Yates Brice Yates is a Marketing Specialist at Morehead State University, and an MSU Alum. He is filling in this time slot for Charles Holloway.
10:00 am Francene Botts-Butler Francene Botts-Butler is the Director of Multicultural Student Services at Morehead State University.
11:00 am Brice Yates Brice Yates is a Marketing Specialist at Morehead State University.
12:00 pm Crystal Wilkinson Crystal Wilkinson is an novelist whose works include Blackberries, Blackberries and Water Street.
1:00 pm Tashanna Rucker Tashanna Rucker is a Senior Enrollment Counselor for Diversity at Morehead State University.
2:00 pm Taunya Jones Taunya Jones is the Assistant Director of IT Customer Services.
3:00 pm Ann Rathbun Ann Rathbun is a Professor of Health Education at Morehead State University.
4:00 pm Peggy Overly Peggy Overly is a Career Advisor at Morehead State University.
4:30 pm Mattie Decker Mattie Decker is a Professor of Education at Morehead State University.

 

 

Click here for our flickr gallery of last year's event.  

The African American Read In is a national event sponsored by the National Council of Teachers of English and the Black Caucus of NCTE. You can read more about it at their webpage.

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