Cincinnati's Black Brigade and the Abolition Movement
Author Nikki Taylor talked about the issue of citizenship among free African Americans, and the story of Cincinnati’s Black Brigade. Then, history professor Diane Barnes talked about the abolition movement.
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L. Diane Barnes Associate Professor Youngstown State University->History Department
Paul Finkelman Distinguished Professor Albany Law School->Law and Public Policy
Nikki M. Taylor Associate Professor University of Cincinnati->History Department
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