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Thursday, December 01, 200512/1/2005Dec1200572Lecture: From Pan Am Protest to the Niagara MovementSession V: <em>What Price Freedom? The Centennial Celebration of the Niagara Movement in Buffalo, New York</em> explores connections between the Pan Am Exhibition and the Niagara Movement. Presenter Barbara Nevergold, co-editor, <em>Uncrowned Queens: African American Community Builders of Western New York</em> is joined by respondents Sharon Holley, Afro-American Folklorist and Librarian, Buffalo and Erie County Library, and fellow <em>Uncrowned Queens</em> co-editor Peggy Brooks-Bertram.2005/12/20051201_1700_niagara.mp312/1/200500:01:2942.72 MB5253Community11Speeches4Historical10Niagara Movement Centennial17Research7