Literature Review: The Ongoing Struggles of Race and Inequity: Part 2 | EP71
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Reading works of literature considered rebellious and “outside the canon” of the time period can provide immense cultural insight. In the second part of this series, APU’s Dr. Jaclyn Fowler talks to professor and author Dr. Jennifer Fisch-Ferguson about the semi-autobiographical book “Our Nig: or, Sketches from the Life of a Free Black” by Harriet Wilson published in 1853, but only uncovered in 1996. Learn what this book reveals about sexuality, religion, race, enslavement and more.

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