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Collected Item: “Statement from the National Parks of Boston Superintendent”

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Statement from the National Parks of Boston Superintendent

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News Release

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Statement from the Superintendent of the National Parks of Boston, Michael Creasey, reflecting on the commemoration of Juneteenth and the Battle of Bunker Hill as well as nationwide protests against racial injustice. The statement highlights the National Parks of Boston as sites for discussion on theses and other important issues. As coronavirus and the protests again police brutality have swept the nation, cultural heritage sites have show how their collections are meaningful and relate to the struggles that are visible in this moment.

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GREATER BOSTON, National Parks Service, National Parks of Boston, cultural heritage, dialogue

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https://web.archive.org/web/20200705162510/https://www.nps.gov/bost/learn/news/national-parks-as-platforms-for-dialogue.htm

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National Parks of Boston

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2020-06-19
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