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Universities look to the past to understand their relationships with race


In the aftermath of the killings by police of George Floyd and other black men and women, American institutions of all kinds have looked to their past and present to understand their relationships to race and racism. That reckoning continues at colleges and universities, many of which have direct ties to the history of slavery. Jeffrey Brown reports for our arts and culture series, “CANVAS.”

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