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The Daniel A.P. Muray African American Culture Association of the Library of Congress presents author, scholar, lecturer,

and historian of the African diaspora, C.R. Gibbs, to talk about the Solomon Northrup story - his drugging and kidnapping

in the District, sale into slavery in the deep south, and eventual return to the District to seek justice.  Those who have

read the book "Twelve Years A Slave" or saw the  Oscar winning movie with the same title, will learn even more


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