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This collection of reflections and resources offers to point the audience toward several important works that we find useful and accessible when talking about the social unrest begun in 2020. We believe that we all have a place in an alive and evolving history, and this historical resource list and subsequent discussions can help us find that place. In this post, we trace contemporary issues that had particular resonance in the American Civil War era and highlight change over time.

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