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Producer/Host: Gina Logue
Guest: Rebekah Brummett
Synopsis: Brummett, an MTSU alumna and master’s degree student and the curator of community engagement at South Union Shaker Village in Auburn, Kentucky, explains the Shaker religious sect’s unique relationship with African Americans before the Civil War.
TAGS "MTSU On the Record", "South Union Shaker Village", “WMOT-FM Roots Radio 89.5”, African American history, alumni news, Civil War, Department of History, Middle Tennessee State University, MTSU, National Register of Historic Places, Public History Program, Shakers, slavery, student news
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