A Bound Woman Is a Dangerous Thing
2019-02-10T22:58:57-05:00https://images.c-span.org/Files/a2f/20190210231409002_hd.jpgUniversity of Kentucky Professor DaMaris Hill chronicled the lives of African-American women in social and political movements, from Harriet Tubman to today.
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