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How a Southern Theater Won Its Battle to Stage Angels in America but Lost the Culture Wars
What Happened When Formerly Enslaved Americans Won the Right to Bear Arms
How Formerly Enslaved Black Women Fought for Sexual Justice
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Why Public Transportation Was One of the First Battlegrounds for Post-Emancipation Civil Rights
How a 19th-Century Fight Over Theatergoing Transformed Our Understanding of Human Rights
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