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John Hope Franklin Center For Reconciliation
Thu November 14, 2013
Clifton Taulbert To Speak At Dinner Of Reconciliation
The Dinner of Reconciliation is Nov. 21 at the Greenwood Cultural Center.
The featured speaker will be author and consultant Clifton Taulbert, who has served as a guest professor at Harvard University and whose work focuses on community healing.
John Hope Franklin was a pioneering scholar of American history and African-American studies who worked on the landmark U.S. Supreme Court case that outlawed public school segregation.
Franklin — whose father's law office was burned in the Tulsa race riots of 1921 — died in 2009 at age 94.
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