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Email from John N. Diamond, President and Executive Director, University of Maine Alumni Association on the June 11th Alumni presentation on the "Perspective and Experience of Blacks in the U.S". The presentation was titled "George Floyd, Anti-Black Racism, and #BlackLivesMatter". The email states that approximately 1,000 individuals watched the panel discussion live or the online recording.


All contents related to panel are included in this collection. The content came from an email received by , Elizabeth (Beth) Russell, Archivist and Special Collections Librarian and forwarded to student intern Madison Riley.


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Alumni Panelist Presentation on George Floyd, Anti-Black Racism, and #BlackLivesMatter Email



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