Fannie Rushing discusses Breaking the Chains, Forging the Nation: The Afro-Cuban Fight for Freedom and Equality, 1812-1912. A Q&A and signing will follow the discussion.
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Location: Komechak Art Gallery, Kindlon Hall, 5th Floor
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