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Join the DC Office of Public Records and the Office of Tax and Revenue for this second annual DC Emancipation

Day Lunch and Learn event, as they present author, historian, lecturer, researcher and  scholar of the African

diaspora,  C. R. Gibbs. In this fascinating presentation Gibbs will uncover stunning new information about

the institution of slavery in the nation's capital as it existed when Solomon Northrup, a free man, was drugged,


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Depression and anxiety are normal reactions to abnormal times or stress. With increased concerns about losing jobs, homes and savings, more people are showing signs of psychological distress. It’s important for us all to learn to recognize the symptoms of depression so we can get help for ourselves or for others when it’s needed.

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