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    An empathetic connection can be one of a historian’s most valuable tools.

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    Vanessa K. Valdés | Mar 26, 2024

    This Long Overdue tribute honors archivist and promoter of history Arturo Alfonso Schomburg, who died on June 10, 1938.

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