Minds Flowing Free

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Burroughs received numerous honors and awards for her contributions to art and culture, including a President’s Humanitarian Award from Gerald Ford, a Paul Robeson Citation Award, and a Legends and Legacy Award from the Art Institute of Chicago. President Jimmy Carter appointed her a member of the National Commission on African-American History and Culture. Then-mayor of Chicago, Harold Washington, named February 1, 1986, “Dr. Margaret Burroughs Day.” Burroughs was inducted into the Chicago Women’s Hall of Fame in 1989. After her death in 2010, President Barack Obama spoke of Burroughs’s “contributions to American culture as an esteemed artist, historian, educator and mentor.”


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