Fifty Years After 19682018-01-06T08:30:45-05:00https://images.c-span.org/Files/39d/20180106090941003_hd.jpgAt the American Historical Association’s annual meeting, historians talked about the global impact of events in 1968 and their relevance fifty years later.
At the American Historical Association’s annual meeting, historians talked about the global impact of events in 1968 and their relevance fifty years later.
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Stephanie Boyle Professor New York City College of Technology->History
Ibram X. Kendi Professor American University->History and International Relations
Fabio Lanza Professor University of Arizona->History Department
William Marotti Professor University of California, Los Angeles->History Department
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