Today on the show, I am chatting with Nat Sheidley, CEO and President of Revolutionary Spaces in Boston
Nat and I chat about his childhood in rural Connecticut, his love of African history, the days he spent living in Cape Town, his path into Colonial American history. Then we dive into the importance of Crispus Attucks and why defining “we the people” is still as complicated today as it was in 1776.
All this and so much more.
I so appreciate Nat taking the time to chat with me today. You can find out more about Revolutionary Spaces and how you can become a member at www.revolutionaryspaces.org
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