Black Politics in Civil War Washington
Kate Masur, associate professor of history at Northwestern University, talked about Steven Spielberg’s film Lincoln, and its… read more
Kate Masur, associate professor of history at Northwestern University, talked about Steven Spielberg’s film Lincoln, and its portrayal of African-Americans. "Black Politics in Civil War Washington: What Spielberg’s Lincoln Didn’t Tell You" was the keynote address at George Washington University’s 40th annual D.C. Historical Studies Conference. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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