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Announcing Keynotes of Change
Wednesdays in June at 2:00 p.m.

In lieu of CLHO's Annual Conference, this year we will be offering a four-part free virtual lecture series focused on interpreting different strands of underrepresented history. We are pleased to announce our lineup of speakers for this exciting series.

June 2: Indigenizing Historical Narratives
Chris Newell, Abbe Museum

June 9: Latinos: The Not so New Kids on the Block
Juan David Coronado, Central Connecticut State University

June 16: Northern Slavery and the Preservation of Memory
Kyera Singleton, Royall House and Slave Quarters

June 23: Interrogating the Silence: Sharing the LGBTQ Past with Visitors 
Susan Ferentinos, Public History Researcher and Consultant

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