Massachusetts-Based Historians: Book Bans in Florida Affect Us, TooHistorians in the News
tags: Florida, African American history, Book Bans
Author and professor Kellie Carter Jackson joins us for our monthly history and culture conversation called "Yes, And." Her colleague, Kerri Greenidge, author and assistant professor in the department of Studies in Race, Colonialism, and Diaspora at Tufts University, also joins us.
The two will discuss how efforts across the country to edit or censor Black history are impacting higher education institutions in Massachusetts.
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