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For as low as $3.14 a month, you can have access to exclusive podcast episodes such as Harvard professor Walter Johnson’s talk with local civil rights activist Percy Green re: St. Louis’s centrality to the national story of racism and Civil Rights activism. Other exclusive episode perks will include Zoom Q&As with Informal History contributors/editors and movie nights. For folks willing to kick in a few extra dollars, we’re happy to provide you with other exclusives including t-shirts/stickers produced by St. Louis StyleHouse (whose owners are editorial board members) and guaranteed copies of various print editions of the zine.

Below is a 5 minute preview of the interview Miranda and Umar conducted with Walter Johnson and Percy Green.


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