The lecture hall was abuzz as the students filed into Sandy Caron's class. They knew there would be a guest lecturer, but few were prepared for who walked through the door. At first the woman appeared shy and hesitant. Dressed in a long calico gown and bonnett, she told the students she was there to "acquaint" them with the ways of family life as she knew them - back in the 1700s.
Maine Perspective, "Connecting" (1990). Social Justice: Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion. 706.
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