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ACRI holds community night

Albany's Civil Rights Institute opens its doors to residents. (Source: WALB) Albany's Civil Rights Institute opens its doors to residents. (Source: WALB)
Cathy Wilson (Source: WALB) Cathy Wilson (Source: WALB)
Thursday night's event featured a book signing for local author Cathy Wilson's book 'Hallejuah Anyhow.' (Source: WALB) Thursday night's event featured a book signing for local author Cathy Wilson's book 'Hallejuah Anyhow.' (Source: WALB)
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Albany's Civil Rights Institute opens its doors to residents.

The organization held it's monthly community night series where authors can share their books with residents.

Thursday night's event featured a book signing for local author Cathy Wilson's book 'Hallelujah Anyhow."

A book of 48 poems discussing the real-life journey of Wilson and other women who had an impact on her life.

"It is always been my hope that something that I have written would inspire and empower someone that was the main thing as I wrote I always asked Lord please let something I write be of use to someone," said Wilson.

The next community night will be held on Tuesday featuring local author Cynthia Carter at 6:30 pm.

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