Panelists: Melody Hunter-Pillion, JoCora Moore, Amanda Finn, Andre Taylor
For years, the tapestry of history on exhibit was remarkably monotone. Today’s public historians, however, now seek to weave vibrancy into the overall tapestry, sharing lessons learned from capturing and translating underrepresented community history: a movement represented by the oral-history projects represented on this panel of students from North Carolina State University.
Bring your own lunch; some beverages provided. For information, call 919-814-7032.
Made possible, in part, by the North Carolina African American Heritage Commission and its Oasis Spaces Project and by the Institute of Museum and Library Services. The views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this program do not necessarily represent those of IMLS.
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