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          Grace Murray Stephenson and family at an Emancipation Day Celebration in 1900. Photo courtesy of Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

          Juneteenth Remembrance

          To the Maryville community,

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          Today as we reflect on issues of social justice that America has yet to face and deal with as a nation, it is crucial that we reflect on the history of that struggle. Specifically, slavery and its impact on systemic racism in our country. It is equally important that we honor and celebrate those who fought, suffered, and died fighting for the freedom and dignity of African Americans and all who were denied equality and justice before the law.

          I encourage all of you to learn more about this important day and period of our history.

          Mark Lombardi, PhD
          President of Maryville University


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