SOURCE: New York Times
The Historian Annette Gordon-Reed Gets Personal in ‘On Juneteenth’
"In 'On Juneteenth' Annette Gordon-Reed leads by example, revisiting her own experiences, questioning her own assumptions — and showing that historical understanding is a process, not an end point."
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