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Harvard Is Paying a Small Price for Laundering Its Past

Wed May 11 , 2022
“Inclusions” (2022), an installation of carved bricks in the university’s courtyard created by students Kiana Rawji, Cecilia Zhou, and Luke Reeve. One brick reads “Free Renty” in reference to Tamara Lanier’s ongoing fight for the daguerreotypes of her enslaved ancestor, currently held at the school’s Peabody Museum. (all images courtesy […]
Harvard Is Paying a Small Price for Laundering Its Past