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Dimensions3000 x 741
Original file size2.01 MB
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Date taken4-Jul-15 13:25
Date modified8-Jul-15 17:19
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Camera modeliPhone 6
Focal length4.15 mm
Focal length (35mm)29 mm
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SPEAKING WORDS OF WISDOM | Dr. Robert Johnson, professor and chair of Africana studies, University of Massachusetts, Boston, concludes the reading of Frederick Douglass' July 5, 1852 speech, "The Meaning of the Fourth of July for the Negro," on the steps of Kimball Library in Randolph, Saturday. The event concluded with a bell tolling and naming of the nine people murdered during Bible study in Charleston, South Carolina's "Mother Emanuel" African Methodist Episcopal Church, on June 17. (Herald / Bob Eddy)