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Her Grandfather Was Expelled from School for Asking Why His Textbooks Had No Black People. Today She Teaches at Harvard.
Susan Ware, the honorary women’s suffrage centennial historian at the Radcliffe’s Institute’s Schlesinger Library, has written a new book on the history of the women's suffrage movement, one that goes beyond the familiar figures associated with it.
The New York Times republishes Sarah Lewis's essay on photography and racial bias, "Vision & Justice: A Civic Curriculum,” ahead of our two-day conference on the role of the arts in relation to citizenship, race, and justice.