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July 15, 2013 3:32 PM

Merlene Davis: Carnegie Center class to teach empowering writing skills

Sometimes an occurrence in the news or in our region grabs our attention and makes us want to do something to either fix or explain it. Or maybe there are family or community issues that, once revealed, could help others in similar situations advance past their paralysis. In either case, the move from observer to activist can be scary, especially if the chosen vehicle is the written word. The Carnegie Center for Literacy & Learning is hosting a writing workshop to alleviate those fears.

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