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March 2, 2015
National Issues Forums (NIFI) has partnered with AIT to bring you new material that will challenge students to use the deliberative process—helping them to develop a better understanding of key issues, past and present. More.
Mary Bateman Clark: A Woman of Colour and Courage explores the pursuit of freedom and equality—a theme central to American history and to the complex and changing notions of race, slavery, and the law that existed in antebellum America, even in the North. The program focuses on the Indiana Supreme Court case of In re Mary Clark (1821). The 1816 Indiana constitution stated that, “There shall be neither slavery nor involuntary servitude in this state.” Nevertheless, slavery and involuntary servitude did exist in Indiana after 1816. Read more.
AIT is partnering with the Kettering Foundation to provide fulfillment services for Kettering Foundation Press. This collaboration should enable the foundation to make their materials more widely available through expanded networks of people, organizations, and online media. More.