SOURCE: Washington Post
Sarah Lewis' grandfather was expelled from school for asking why his textbooks had no black people. Today she teaches at Harvard.
Lewis teaches art history and African American studies at Harvard.
SOURCE: Lens (blog)
Harvard art historian’s interest in black history has roots in her grandfather’s question in high school
He demanded to know "Where are the African-Americans in this history book?"
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