In a recent interview, Margaret Burroughs noted how mid-twentieth-century civil rights movements and the work she and others did with public history were connected: “I think it’s the civil rights movement that made us realize it’s important to know about and document the history. To know where you’re going, you have to know from whence you came.”...
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