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Nicole Aljoe Featured in News@Northeastern on the History and Current Significance of Juneteenth

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“Black history isn’t only for Black people. It’s something for everyone. It affects everyone.”

Associate Professor of English and Africana Studies Nicole Aljoe was featured in a recent News@Northeastern article in conversation with Fadeke Castor, Assistant Professor of Religion and Africana Studies, on the historical significance of Juneteenth in connection with the current state of the Black experience in the U.S. Read the full article here.

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