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University of Maine Office of the President webpage, from September 2020 on the C.C. Little Hall Task Force, which was put together by President Joan Ferrini-Mundy in order to rename C.C Little Hall, named after former UMaine President Clarence Cook Little from 1922 to 1925. The webpage includes information on why the task force and what they have come up with in order to rename the building. It includes a 'Six building name criteria: Specific naming principles' and 'Ranked Recommendations' created by the task force. The purpose of this webpage was to request community input on what to rename Little Hall.
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University of Maine, "Office of the President of the University of Maine Report on C.C. Little Hall Task Force Statement and Community Input" (2020). University of Maine Racial Justice Collection. 89.