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1619 Project: Anniversary of Slavery in America
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1619 Project: Anniversary of Slavery in America

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Listen to this podcast and find accompanying teaching resources: The first shipload of enslaved people reached the American colonies four hundred years ago, in 1619. Although the event marked the beginning of a system that profoundly shaped American life, the date is likely unfamiliar to most people. The 1619 Project aims to change that by exploring how the legacy of slavery still impacts our country today. Listen to hear the journalist behind the project reveal truths about slavery that schools often do not teach and why the project has personal meaning for her.

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May 21, 2021
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