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#ICRCM Featured on "Dignity Justified" Podcast

Dignity Justified seeks collaborative discussions regarding art, artifacts, and documents pertaining to African American culture and history for the purpose of illuminating African American perseverance and achievements-- as they relate to self, family, institutions, and society.

Two members of the organization, Anita Justice and Calvin Patterson moderated a discussion with John Swaine, CEO of The International Civil Rights Center and Museum and Professor Will Harris, University of Pennsylvania professor who serves as principal scholar at the Center. The purpose of the session explored the Emancipation Proclamation, the 13th Amendment to the United States Constitution, and how those documents provide relevance to today’s social justice issues. 

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