Budget cuts threaten goals of black archives


jen writes \"Faced with state budget cuts and a shortage of space, Johnson is trying
to carve out a future for the little-known state-owned repository for papers
and artifacts on black history and culture.
Alabama legislators voted to form the archives and museum in 1987 after
a push by a group of A&M alumni. It opened three years later in the
renovated, 91-year-old James Hembray Wilson Building on the A&M campus.

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