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Irene Diggs Was More Than W.E.B. DuBois’s Assistant

The anthropologist’s storied career extended far beyond her work alongside men.

Office of the NAACP’ S Crisis Magazine where Irene Diggs worked, 1910. Photo: George Rinhart/Getty Images

OnOn the east side of Baltimore City, Morgan State University stands as a pillar of Black history and culture with a legacy spanning over 150 years. The university began as Centenary Biblical…

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