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Marcia Chatelain

Professor of History and African American Studies, Georgetown University
Marcia Chatelain is a professor of history and African American studies at Georgetown University, and is a leading public voice on the history of race, education, and food culture. She is the author of Franchise: the Golden Arches in Black America, which addresses the positive economic impact of McDonald's franchising on black communities, as well as South Side Girls: Growing Up in the Great Migration, which recasts the history of the Great Migration through the lens of black girls in Chicago.