1 hr 5 min

"Degrees of Freedom‪"‬ Learning for Life @ Gustavus

    • Education

Educator, lawyer, professor of history, award-winning author, and  Gustavus graduate William Green ’72 talks about coming to Gustavus from  New Orleans as an African American student in 1968, his time at the  College, the social and political history of Black Minnesotans in the  19th and early-20th centuries (including the little-known story of  enslaved woman Eliza Winston’s emancipation), and how that history  informs Black-white relations in Minnesota today. Click here for a transcript.

Educator, lawyer, professor of history, award-winning author, and  Gustavus graduate William Green ’72 talks about coming to Gustavus from  New Orleans as an African American student in 1968, his time at the  College, the social and political history of Black Minnesotans in the  19th and early-20th centuries (including the little-known story of  enslaved woman Eliza Winston’s emancipation), and how that history  informs Black-white relations in Minnesota today. Click here for a transcript.

1 hr 5 min

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