Harvard Law School
Originally published 09/28/2016
Annette Gordon-Reed tells historians the controversy over Harvard law school's shield is different from the fight over the Confederate flag
She contrasted the Law School shield with the Confederate flag: the former was not created and has not been viewed as a symbol of slavery.
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