Historian David Hackett Fischer talked about how people from different parts of Africa influenced regional cultures in the United States. The Atlanta History Center hosted this virtual program.
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David Hackett Fischer Professor Brandeis University->History Department
Claire Haley Vice President Atlanta History Center
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