The Social Law Library is dipping into our audio archive to bring past CLE, cultural and book events straight to your mobile device. The Library has been recording events since 2007 and many have never been available to the public until now.
The Social Law Library Podcast’s first episode features Barbara F. Berenson, senior attorney at the Supreme Judicial Court, discussing her book “Boston and the Civil War: Hub of the Second Revolution.’ The book explores the Abolitionist movement of early 19th century Boston and how that influential group steered the nation toward war and changed the city and its increasing diverse population. To purchase “Boston and the Civil War” or to learn more about Barbara’s other projects, please visit www.civilwarboston.org. This event was originally recorded on October 23, 2014.
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