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This article on the University of Maine Office of the President's Community Message on the Clarence C. Little Hall Name Change and Task Force, posted June 29, 2020, features the creation of a task force to critique whether an individual's name should be removed from a UMaine building, specifically Clarence C. Little, UMaine president from 1922-1925. The article includes the history of C.C. Little, a supporter of the American Eugenics movement, and the purpose and commitment of the task-force.
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University of Maine, "The University of Maine Office of the President's Community Message on the Clarence C. Little Hall Name Change and Task Force" (2020). University of Maine Racial Justice Collection. 58.