Color Was a Bar to the Entrance: Race and Socializing in Lincoln’s White House

Lecture Description

In this lecture, Masur discusses her pathbreaking research on segregation and social equality at the Lincoln White House. She demonstrates that Black people made social events at the White House a forum in the struggle for justice and she explains how their white supporters and opponents reacted and why it matters.

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Lincoln Race

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