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Thursday, June 15 • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Session 2D: The Costume Called My Skin: A Conversation with Members of the Black Interpreters Guild on Interpreting Black Life through Racial Justice Movements and the “Whitelash”

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The Costume Called My Skin: A Conversation with Members of the Black Interpreters Guild on Interpreting Black Life through Racial Justice Movements and the “Whitelash”

Speakers
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Ashley Bouknight

The Power in Preservation: Reevaluating Activism through Black Material Culture - Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage
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Terry E. Brown

The Costume Called My Skin: A Conversation with Members of the Black Interpreters Guild on Interpreting Black Life through Racial Justice Movements and the “Whitelash” - Fort Monroe National Monument, National Park Service
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Elon Cook

The Black Interpreters Guild; Rhode Island Center for Reconciliation; Robbins House
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Sara Daise

Cultural History Interpreter
I am pursuing a Master's degree in Public History from Union Institute & University. My research and interests include Gullah Geechee women, both enslaved and free. Womanist theory--ways in which Africana women throughout time and space have loved and shown up for themselves. Generational... Read More →
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Nicole Moore

Independent Consultant and Historical Interpreter


Thursday June 15, 2017 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Stern Center Room 206 71 George St, Charleston, SC 29401

Attendees (13)