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Thursday, June 15 • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Session 2A: Slave Quarters and Places of Memory as Tools to Fight Racial Intolerance: The Power of Preservation and Interpretation

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Slave Quarters and Places of Memory as Tools to Fight Racial Intolerance: The Power of Preservation and Interpretation

Transitioning to Justice

History of American Slavery Represented in Recent TV, Cinema and Video Games
Zachary Nataf, Learning Culture, Inc.


Speakers
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Ana Edwards

Slave Quarters and Places of Memory as Tools to Fight Racial Intolerance: The Power of Preservation and Interpretation - Preservation Virginia
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Jennifer Hurst-Wender

Slave Quarters and Places of Memory as Tools to Fight Racial Intolerance: The Power of Preservation and Interpretation - Virginia Commonwealth University
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Sonja Ingram

Slave Quarters and Places of Memory as Tools to Fight Racial Intolerance: The Power of Preservation and Interpretation - Preservation Virginia
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Zachary Nataf

History of American Slavery Represented in Recent TV, Cinema and Video Games - Learning Culture, Inc
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Braden Paynter

Braden Paynter is the Associate for Methodology and Practice of the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience where he works to share best practices among Coalition members and with the field at large. He leads the Coalition’s global Conscience Conversations program, connecting... Read More →


Thursday June 15, 2017 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Stern Center Room 201 71 George St, Charleston, SC 29401

Attendees (6)