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COLORS OF BLOOD, SEMANTICS OF RACE
Racial Categories and Social Representations: A Global Perspective
(From the late Middle Ages to the 21st Century)
The Friends of Minute Man National Park and the Lincoln Minute Men, organizations dedicated to advancing and preserving our historic heritage, will sponsor a Scholar in the Park position this summer to research and write about the People of Color along the Battle Road in 1775 (Concord, Lincoln, and Lexington, MA)
The research and written papers will be used to support interpretation and education presented at the park.