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Summer 6-18-2020


Emancipation Proclamation, anti-racist, George Floyd


Higher Education | Race and Ethnicity | United States History



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This University of Maine Office of the President article on the "Community Message from President and Cabinet Regarding Juneteenth," posted on June 18, 2020, features the history of Maine's relation with the emancipation proclamation and the communities progress with inclusivity and anti-racism.


Captured from the webpages of the University of Maine by student intern Madison Riley.


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