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Robert Milligan Statue.

What to keep

Reassessing public art in Europe in light of increased racial awareness

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Beheaded Columbus Statue.

A day of reckoning

Pushing to end myth of Columbus and honor history of Indigenous peoples

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Citizen ceremony.

Reimagining rights

A report from the Carr Center outlines policy changes to protect and expand citizens’ rights

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Red and blue bubbles.

Tracing misinformation

Research shows elites, mass media play important role in spreading misinformation on mail-in voter fraud

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Congressman John Fitzgerald Kennedy 1946-47.s

A portrait of JFK, in full

New biography aims to chronicle a complex life amid a pivotal time for a nation

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

The life and legacy of RBG

Harvard community reflects on Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a trailblazing, tireless fighter for rights

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Illustration of balloons that say vote.

Getting out the vote

Tova Wang on how young people can affect democracy, in advance of National Voter Registration Day

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State House

Science and citizenship

Medical School students spend summer helping Massachusetts State legislators craft science-based policy

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