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Realizing the Promises of the Declaration of Independence

Realizing the Promises of the Declaration of Independence
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Thomas Jefferson Foundation, Monticello

Monticello’s Director of African American History Niya Bates discusses the descendants of Monticello’s enslaved community and their struggle over generations to make real the promises of the Declaration of Independence.

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