In Their Own Image: The Hidden History of African Americans in Omaha
<a href="http://humanitiesnebraskaorg.presencehost.net/speakers/speakers-index.html?get_id=R8Bxr%252BQ0zLwB0eKbqIr%252BiKx8tL%252FjFulJ51fzJHvsLhW23qPr5Wb0yoQnYLcUrUYLa00xnVxdBgGzFulQt%252FPyT%252Fg9DItvDi9hb97Pzufl3Kp8%252Bbtpqnl9%252FU7H63xn5bhzbnvjk%252BKuQUIZ6JUBrz1rSxYd3I0bfoD42ToLWQgcZ34A">Patrick Jones</a>
Go beyond negative headlines and persistent stereotypes to discover the rich, and largely hidden, history of African Americans in Omaha. Drawing on an array of digitized artifacts from the Great Plains Black History Museum collection, Jones offers a multi-faceted portrait of black life in Omaha since the late 19th century.
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