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Robin D.G. Kelley is Dartmouth's Montgomery Fellow this summer
Kelley, a Professor of History and Africana Studies at New York University, is the author of numerous books including, Freedom Dreams: The Black Radical Imagination; Race Rebels: Culture, Politics, and the Black Working Class; and Into the Fire: African Americans Since 1970 .
He will deliver a free, public lecture on Tuesday, July 23, at 4 p.m. in 3 Rockefeller Center, titled "More than a Paycheck: Lessons from a Reparations Movement." He will be in residence at Dartmouth from July 21 through Aug. 17.
His visit is funded by the Montgomery Endowment, established in 1977 by the late Chicago attorney Kenneth F. Montgomery '25 and his wife, Harle, to "provide for the advancement of the academic realm of the college... making possible new dimensions for, as well as extraordinary enrichments to, the educational experience" at Dartmouth.
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