April 17 lecture on children and race relations at Vassar College

LECTURE: Wilma King, "'We are all bound together in one great bundle of humanity’: The Interconnected Lives of Enslaved and Emancipated Children in North America" (4/17)

Vassar, Rockefeller Hall, room 300

Wilma King is the Arvarh E. Strickland Distinguished Professor in African American History and Culture Emerita, University of Missouri. She has published examinations of slavery and freedom in nineteenth-century North America. This lecture focuses specifically on interconnections among black children, enslaved and emancipated, and attempts to answer questions about how and when they learned of legal differences among themselves and their contemporaries, black and white. 

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