ASECS SIGNS MULTI-SOCIETY LETTER ENDORSING AHA'S STATEMENT ON DOMESTIC TERRORISM, BIGOTRY AND HISTORY

August 29, 2019

ASECS has joined with other learned societies in endorsing the American Historical Association's statement on domestic terrorism, bigotry and history.

The American Historical Association expects the following statement to stimulate more questions than answers.  The Association hopes these questions make their way into classrooms, libraries, museums, city council meetings, community centers, and even coffee shops, wherever people are trying to connect with each other to make historical sense of our current moment.   Read the full statement here: https://www.historians.org/news-and-advocacy/aha-advocacy/aha-statement-on-domestic-terrorism-bigotry-and-history?fbclid=IwAR25Hk9jR2TdJ-XoyfSbfI4oGPeq-kctxWG4_sm2dpLYxlu6pUhtXtYmKKA

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