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African American Life in Washington, DC Before Emancipation

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Location: 
7th Street & Constitution Avenue, NW
Building: 
William G. McGowan Theater
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African American Life in Washington, DC Before Emancipation, is presented in partnership with National Museum of African American History & Culture, the DC Commission on African American Affairs, and the DC Commission of Emancipation.   A discussion moderated by John W. Franklin, Senior Manager – Office of External Affairs, NMAAHC, with panelist Dr. Mark Auslander, Professor of Anthropology, Central Washingotn University; Dr. Maurice Jackson, Professor of History, Georgetown University; Dr. Nancy Bercaw, Curator, NMAAHC; and Mary Elliott, Curator, NMAAHC.  

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