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Carroll R. Gibbs, An author and lecturer, he has devoted the past 20 years to illuminating the rich contributions of African Americans to our society and its culture through his lectures, exhibits, and films. Author of several books, including 'The Friends of Frederick Douglass, Black Inventors, Black Explorers,' and coauthor of 'Black Georgetown Remembered,' he is also an expert on black Civil War units. He has served as a consultant to the D.C. Public School System, Georgetown University, and the Smithsonian Institution, and has written many articles for both scholarly and popular publications. On July 15, the friends of C.R. Gibbs and the Howard University Alumni Association wisely chose to honor not only his love of African American history, culture, and literature, but his choice to share that devotion with the world at large. I know that my colleagues will join me in saluting the commitment and accomplishments of C.R. Gibbs."
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