Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro officials approves a $75,000 to be awarded to International Civil Rights Center & Museum.
The funding will help the museum update and finish its audits by December. The $25,000 will be issued to the museum as a rant, while the remaining $50,000 will be provided as a loan.
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