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On Juneteenth: Texas and Slavery

On Juneteenth: Texas and Slavery
1 hour

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Omohundro Institute + Ben Franklin's World Podcast

On Juneteenth: Texas & Slavery investigates the early history of Texas and the state’s experience with slavery. Featuring a conversation Pulitzer Prize-winning historian, Annette Gordon-Reed, listeners will hear Reed’s take on her native state’s history with slavery and its creation and celebration of the Juneteenth holiday.

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