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Special program note : Please join us this Friday, July 10 when Dr. Kabria Baumgartner (UNH) will present “Race, Disease and Death in 1793 and 2019: A Shocking Parallel” as part of our Black Thought series . This will be a live presentation via Zoom and it’s free! Register here
New Hampshire author J. W. Ocker recently wrote about some of his favorite strange places in the Granite State. Read his weekly column in New Hampshire Magazine , and then join us on August 7 for a special Humanities to Go Online presentation with J. W. Ocker on the oddest places in New Hampshire! Register     
This week watch The Vote , a new documentary from American Experience on PBS. Created for the 100 th anniversary of the passage of the 19 th Amendment, The Vote tells the story of the women’s suffrage movement in the US and the challenges and controversies faced by suffragists.
This audio episode of Frontline from PBS features Dr. Jelani Cobb (Columbia University/ The New Yorker ) exploring the relationship between race, police, and the COVID-19 pandemic in our current moment. Dr. Cobb explains: “the thing that ties them together is empirical evidence of a phenomenon that had been dismissed otherwise.” 
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Check out this new episode from Civics 101 and NH Public Radio on voting. Great listen for teachers, students, and voters! LISTEN
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