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In 1879, thousands of emancipated African Americans made use of 1862's Homestead Act and migrated to Colorado, Oklahoma, and especially Kansas, seeking a way out of the repressive conditions in the South. Discover how John Brown's memory inspired this migration to Kansas "because of the sacredness of her soil washed by the blood for the cause of black freedom." With Ana Edwards, ACWM

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Because we had closed our doors temporarily for the safety of our patrons, we lost much-needed revenue. We, as an institution, are so lucky to have supporters like you, and at this time we need you more than ever before. Will you continue your investment in ACWM? Please consider helping us get through this time. https://bit.ly/DonateACWM

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