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On March 31, 1870, Thomas Mundy Peterson became the first African American in the United States to vote under the Fifteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution when he cast his ballot in a Perth Amboy, NJ, city charter referendum. Though he was encouraged to do so by his white employer and others, he went home for lunch first to think it over. One can imagine him mulling things over, perhaps dicussing it with Daphne, his wife, before making a choice that would make history.

China-India Dialogue Series | An Indian Historian in Dunhuang: Romila Thapar’s Visit to China in 1957 - A dialogue between Romila Thapar, Tansen Sen, and Adhira Mangalagiri

Event: China-India Dialogue Series | An Indian Historian in Dunhuang: Romila Thapar’s Visit to China in 1957 - A dialogue between Romila Thapar, Tansen Sen, and Adhira Mangalagiri 

Speakers: Romila Thapar, Tansen Sen, and Adhira Mangalagiri 

TALK> "The Emergence of Black Buddhism in the U.S." with Rima Vesely-Flad, Thursday May 20

Dear Colleagues,

I'd like to invite you to an exciting and important conversation with Rima Vesley-Flad on "The Emergence of Black Buddhism in the U.S," Thursday, 5-6:30pm Los Angeles time. Registration for Zoom link is here.

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