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Our democracy is vulnerable. Bringing together community members and experts, this series explores historical connections to recent events in our country that have revealed those vulnerabilities in our democratic framework and offer opportunities for discussion and dialog on how we can move forward together.

In collaboration with Historic Columbia, Richland Library, University of South Carolina Collaboration on Race, University of South Carolina Center for Civil Rights.

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