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As with most museums and educational institutions, the National Archives has moved its events online. Later this month, for example, the Archives will be hosting free lunchtime talks with the authors of new books sharing lesser-known stories in U.S. history: The Black Civil War Soldier: A Visual History of Conflict and Citizenship (Jan. 27, noon-1pm ET) and Forgotten Legacy: William McKinley, George Henry White, and the Struggle for Black Equality (Jan. 29, noon-1pm ET). Programs can be viewed on the Archives' YouTube channel. The calendar is updated with new events regularly: www.archives.gov/calendar
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