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Columbia Missourian, Oct. 15, 2020
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The 1936 homecoming program photo got a lot of engagement this week: https://twitter.com/MizzouLibraries/status/1316496517151297543
So far this tweet has recieved107 likes and 12 retweets.
Mara Inge is working on a project documenting the many suffragists in the Midwest who took part in getting women the vote. Her first submission of a Kansas suffragist named Effie Graham was published to the database recently. The research has been a challenge because these were women in a time where news was very male oriented and most of them really weren’t famous. She is currently working with Tammie Busch who is the coordinator for the Missouri project on a Missouri suffragist.
Kate Anderson was an invited panelist at the Joint Midcontinental Chapter & Midwest Chapter of the Medical Library Association Virtual Meeting on Wednesday, October 14. The Early Career Panel, intended for library students and those new to the profession, was an open conversation with librarians from different health science library environments discussing their career.
Our community partner, Heart of Missouri United Way, seeks to empower children, families, individuals and seniors in times of need. They do this by funding 42 programs at 31 different non-profit organizations. Last year, our campaign raised $436,925 for the campaign. 99 cents of every dollar donated stayed in mid-Missouri to support health, financial stability, education and basic needs services that benefit our local community.
Heart of Missouri United Way responds immediately in disaster. When the pandemic started, they identified emergent needs and provided critical support. So far, they have contributed $2 million in community investments that will help meet the growing need facing our community.
Contact Shannon Cary at carsyn@missouri if you have any questions.