American Slavery in History and Memory
Scholars and historians discussed images of American slavery and how these affected U.S. culture. They talked about the tragedy of slavery, the question of reparations, and other related topics. They responded to audience questions.
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Rex Ellis Curator National Museum of American History->Cultural History
Walter B. Hill Jr. Senior Archivist National Archives and Records Administration
Norrece Jones Professor Virginia Commonwealth University->African American Studies Department
Edna Greene Medford Associate Professor Howard University->History Department
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