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Harvard Professor and Pulitzer Prize-winning Author

Annette Gordon-Reed

On Juneteenth: ‘Freedom Day’ and Its Importance to American History
(2021/2022 Lectures)

Wed, Nov 10
7:30 PM Pacific
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“One of the most astute, insightful, and forthright historians of this generation.” New York Times Book Review

Harvard professor Annette Gordon-Reed is a leading voice on race and history in America. She received a Pulitzer Prize for her book The Hemingses of Monticello and has been honored with a National Humanities Medal. Gordon-Reed’s new bestseller, On Juneteenth, weaves together history and heartfelt memoir to tell the sweeping story of Juneteenth and the larger fight for equality.

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