Libraries’ Scholar-in-Residence Named “Citizen of the Year”

This entry was posted on Thursday, February 28th, 2019

The College Libraries wish to congratulate Harlan Greene, the Libraries’ Scholar-in-Residence, for being selected as one of the City of Charleston Police Department’s “Citizens of the Year” for his work on the Civil Rights in Charleston program, as well as his fellow honorees: the College’s Bernard Powers and the Charleston County Public Library’s Nic Butler.

Learn more about Greene’s work with the LGBTQ Life in the Lowcountry project:

The College Libraries’ Scholar-in-Residence, Harlan Greene (third from left), has been named as one of 2019’s “Citizens of the Year” by the City of Charleston Police Department.

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