SOURCE: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Sept 30, 2019
by Eric Stirgus
University of Georgia leaders say they want to know more about the school’s history concerning slavery and are committing $100,000 for faculty to submit research proposals.
SOURCE: The Red and Black
Studying secret society: Alisa Luxenberg explores history of Freemasons with help of Special Collections Libraries
Luxenberg is developing a course on the history of Freemasonry, focusing on Freemasons in Georgia and the Athens area.
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