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Portledge in the Now.

Black Student Union and Diversity Clubs

Mrs. Saltarelli accompanied Portledge seniors Belaine Mamo, Grace Wilson, Brandon Cooper, and Milan Glass, members of the Black Student Union and Diversity Clubs, to Manhattan to see Author and Historian Annette Gordon-Reed speak about her most recent book, "On Juneteenth". The event was sponsored by The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History and hosted at The Trinity School. The students were inspired by Professor Gordon-Reeds many accomplishments and interesting talk. They each received a copy of her book and were able to have it signed by her.
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