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One of the most respected and influential black educators and intellectuals of the mid-20th century, Horace Mann Bond was at the forefront of black education and civil rights throughout his career. His papers bear witness to an extraordinary life dedicated to improving education for the underprivileged, advancing black civil rights, and promoting intercultural and interracial understanding.
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