"Exposing Slavery" Named Must-Read Book
January 09, 2020
"Exposing Slavery: Photography, Human Bondage, and the Birth of Modern Visual Politics in America" by Matthew Fox-Amato, assistant professor of history, was recently named a "must-read book on race and hate" by "The Advocate," the largest LGBT magazine in the United States. The article noted, "From current and ex-slaves to free Americans and abolitionists, 'Exposing Slavery' brings much needed awareness to one of the ugliest periods in this country's history." See the full article.
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