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How can we celebrate what’s good about the US and its history, while addressing the exploitation and inequality that are also part of the American legacy? Panelists discuss how to meld the good and the bad of U.S. history into shared narratives that a diverse population can broadly endorse. In collaboration with the American Academy of Arts & Sciences.

 

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