African American woman and girl look at posted image of page from children's book on a chain link fence.

Courtesy of The Clinton Courier

Excerpt from The Clinton Courier:

“Dr. Rocheryl Ware of Clinton, who is a Mississippi State University Extension Agent in Hinds County, recently partnered with local Hinds County 4-H’ers and the Annie T. Jeffers Library in Bolton to display a new book at a local public park in the Mount Olive Community of Bolton. The activity is part of the StoryWalk literacy initiative that Mississippi State Extension’s AIM for CHangE is offering to communities and organizations throughout the state.

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