Good luck, Megan! We enjoyed having you at the WLA. Melanie Chambliss, BMRC Special Project Intern, will continue processing the Carol Moseley Braun papers. To find out more about Megan’s time at the WLA, please visit our blog. Learn more about the Black Metropolis Research Consortium at bmrc.lib.uchicago.edu.
[Pictured: Megan Naylor with Ambassador Braun]
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