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FREE History logo featuring images of a suffragette, an Indigenous child, and a Buffalo Soldier. Full Story   FREE History: Seeing Today’s Kansas in Yesterday’s Actions The Kauffman Museum's Sorting Out Race exhibition sparks conversations about racism and cultural stereotypes through knickknacks, games, books, and other memorabilia depicting racial imagery donated to thrift stores. Full Story Frederick Douglass Full Story   We Read Frederick Douglass The Kauffman Museum's Sorting Out Race exhibition sparks conversations about racism and cultural stereotypes through knickknacks, games, books, and other memorabilia depicting racial imagery donated to thrift stores. Full Story Two women talking Full Story   Making Agreements The Kauffman Museum's Sorting Out Race exhibition sparks conversations about racism and cultural stereotypes through knickknacks, games, books, and other memorabilia depicting racial imagery donated to thrift stores. Full Story two women playing mariachi music Full Story   From Masa to Mariachi: Exploring the Mexican Immigrant Experience in Kansas The Kauffman Museum's Sorting Out Race exhibition sparks conversations about racism and cultural stereotypes through knickknacks, games, books, and other memorabilia depicting racial imagery donated to thrift stores. Full Story Brown v Board Mural Topeka Full Story   Voices from Topeka The Kauffman Museum's Sorting Out Race exhibition sparks conversations about racism and cultural stereotypes through knickknacks, games, books, and other memorabilia depicting racial imagery donated to thrift stores. Full Story Remembering Emmett Till Book Cover Full Story   Place and Memory The Kauffman Museum's Sorting Out Race exhibition sparks conversations about racism and cultural stereotypes through knickknacks, games, books, and other memorabilia depicting racial imagery donated to thrift stores. Full Story

 

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