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The District of Columbia at the Dawn of DC Emancipation

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   In recognition of the legislation passed to abolish slavery in Washington, DC on April 16, 1862, a program will be held to highlight the historical and cultural contributions of African Americans in Washington, DC.  Attendees should arrive early and be prepared to present a proper government ID (drivers license or any other local or federal government issued I.D. Card).    Part of the Howard University Lecture Series.

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