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    National Civil Rights Museum Tour

    In May 2011, historian Richard Norton Smith led a 10-day bus tour from Asheville, North Carolina to Austin, Texas. The group stopped at several presidential and historic sites along…

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    Book Discussion on Sugar of the Crop

    Sana Butler talked about and from Sugar of the Crop: My Journey to Find the Children of Slaves (The Lyons Press; January 23, 2009). In the book she presents the story of a quest to find the…

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    Book Discussion on A Slave No More

    David Blight talked about his book A Slave No More: Two Men Who Escaped to Freedom, Including Their Own Narratives of Emancipation, published by Harcourt. He spoke briefly about the…

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    Tour of Graceland and Memphis

    President Bush, Prime Minister Koizumi, and first lady Laura Bush visited Graceland, the home of the late entertainer Elvis Presley, in Memphis, Tennessee. They were shown being…

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    Book Discussion on The Debt: What America Owes to Blacks

    Mr. Robinson talks about his book The Debt: What America Owes to Blacks, published by Dutton. In the book, the author argues that the United States should compensate blacks for…

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    National Civil Rights Symposium Part 2

    Participants discussed the impact of the Voting Rights Act on minority participation in the political system. They focused on a variety of issues, including recent court cases…

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    National Civil Rights Symposium Part 1

    Participants discussed the impact of the Voting Rights Act on minority participation in the political system. They focused on a variety of issues, including recent court cases…

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    Freedom Awards

    Ms. Height and Mr. Wiesel received Freedom Awards after delivering remarks.

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    Conference on Freedom Keynote Speech

    Former President Carter gave the keynote address at a forum on College Campus Race Relations.

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