Baltimore Mayor Schmoke cites city's read-a-thon

August 1989
Jet;8/28/89, Vol. 76 Issue 21, p23
Discusses the month-long Read-a-Thon in Baltimore, Maryland, led by black Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke.


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