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Black History Month

Video – Martha Minerva Franklin Tribute Film


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Connecticut’s Black Governors


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Black History Month Resources


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Black History Month Resources


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Anna Louise James Makes History with Medicine


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The Fugitive and the Hero


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The Language of the Unheard: Racial Unrest in 20th-Century Hartford


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Prudence Crandall Fights for Equal Access to Education


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A Different Look at the Amistad Trial: The Teenager Who Helped Save the Mende Captives


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Laboring in the Shade


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Mary and Eliza Freeman Houses


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Connecticut and the West Indies: Sugar Spurs Trans-Atlantic Trade


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Marietta Canty House


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Selma, Not So Far Away


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James Mars’ Words Illuminate the Cruelty of Slavery in New England


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Venture Smith, from Slavery to Freedom


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