Welcome _ Freshman Seminar 72N
Portraying Activism: Lessons from Social Movement History
Left: Harvard University Gazette, 1972; Right: The Harvard Crimson, 1976. Images sourced from Harvard University Archives (Records of the Association of African and Afro-American Students at Harvard and Radcliffe (AFRO), 1963–1976)
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