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Land-grab universities: expropriated Indigenous land is the foundation of the land-grant university system

“In 1862, President Abraham Lincoln signed the Morrill Act, which distributed public domain lands to raise funds for fledgling colleges across the nation. . . . The Morrill Act worked by turning land expropriated from tribal nations into seed money…

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“Selma Online”: Free Online Teaching Resource

As the opening line of the website says: “Selma Online is more than a history lesson.  It’s a call to action to learn about democracy, civil rights, and the need to safeguard voting equality … in every generation.”  Created by…

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Princetoncovid.org: Local Information on the Pandemic

Princeton Public Library is spearheading a partnership with the Municipality of Princeton and Princeton Public Schools to create a single source of information for the Princeton community. All information on this site has been verified by the partner institutions. In…

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Lost Souls Public Memorial Project

The Lost Souls Project of East Brunswick, New Jersey has a new website; click here to view, learn, and donate to support it.  The Project was included in the recent New York Times Magazine article, “They Sold Human Beings Here”…

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Slavery in the President’s Neighborhood

While it is fairly well known that the White House was constructed by free and enslaved African Americans, The White House Historical Association brings to light the lives of those who lived in and near the building in its online…

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