Document Type

Webpage

Date

2-2021

Keywords

Clement and Linda McGillicuddy Humanities Center, racism, slave trade, slave owners, slaves

Disciplines

Higher Education | Race and Ethnicity | United States History

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Screenshot of a webpage for the event "The Atlantic Black Box: Reckoning with New England’s Complicity in the Slave Trade" which featured a presentation on the Atlantic Black Box, a public history project that empowers communities throughout New England to take up the critical work of researching and reckoning with the region’s complicity in the slave trade and the broader slave economy. The two presenters were Dr. Meadow Dibble and Dr. Kate McMahon.

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The content was captured from the webpages of the University of Maine by Matthew Revitt, University Archivist on February 10, 2021.

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Racial Justice_McGillicuddy Humanities Center_2021_02_10a

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The Atlantic Black Box: Reckoning with New England’s Complicity in the Slave Trade Event

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