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The information that we now have [about the slave pasts of many American universities] is that indeed, slavery was an intimate part of these institutions, that these institutions benefited from it...it opens up that window to really understand better how important [slavery] was, how important the labor of these people were, to the development of our nation.
— Brenda E. Stevenson

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We have a long history of people expecting U.S. citizens or people residing in the nation to celebrate patriotism, to indicate it in particular kinds of ways, but we also have an even longer history of protest [regarding] social injustice in this country that’s been representative of the nation’s desire to allow everyone to have a voice in establishing what kind of nation they reside in.
— Brenda E. Stevenson

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