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Ten years ago, the Brown University Committee on Slavery & Justice issued its landmark report, drawing a national response that continues to reverberate throughout higher education (most recently here in DC at Georgetown University). To mark this occasion and reflect on the broader significance of Brown’s efforts to grapple with the full weight of its institutional history, the Brown Club of DC is thrilled to sponsor this timely panel discussion on Tuesday, May 16th.
The program will bring together leading curators and public historians to discuss how museums and universities have addressed the history and legacies of slavery over the last decade.