TAAHC October Workshop

Please come to  our October Workshop

Date: October 9 (Thu)

Time: 5-7pm

Place: the Carolina Brewery

Presenter: Mandy Huggett

Title: “Equality Behind Bars: Feminism, Labor and the Women Prisoners’ Rights Movement in North Carolina, 1968-1980.”

 

 

Voting Rights Teach-Im

More than a Voter ID Bill: The Significance of North Carolina’s Monster Voting Law

Organized by Scholars for North Carolina’s Future in partnership with the Triangle African American History Colloquium

 

Tuesday, October 29, 5:30pm
Hamilton Hall Room 569, UNC-Chapel Hill

 

Featuring:
Michael Crowell, UNC Professor of Public Law and Government
Bob Hall and Allison Harrison, Democracy North Carolina
Brad Proctor, Triangle African American History Colloquium

 

In addition to discussion with the speakers, we will provide talking points about the Voter ID Bill that we hope participants will take back to their classrooms and share with students. 
 
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Unveiling African American Archives, January 13th

To kick off the spring semester, please join us on Friday, January 13th, for:

“Unveiling African American Archives: Promoting Outreach and Community Engagement”

A presentation by Holly Smith, African American Materials Specialist at UNC’s Southern Historical Collection, and Jennifer Thompson, Research Services and Collection Development Librarian at Duke’s John Hope Franklin Center for African and African American History and Culture.

Hamilton Hall, Room 569, 4 p.m.

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Thanks to Breaking New Ground!

A special thanks to our panelists from Breaking New Ground who shared fascinating anecdotes from their summer oral history fieldwork and provided us with wonderful insights into their work ahead on black farm owners in the American South.

Breaking New Ground

A Conversation with Participants in Breaking New Ground–

An Innovative Oral History Project that Documents the History of Black Farm Owners

Friday, November 18, 4 p.m.

Hamilton Hall, Room 569 (UNC-CH campus)

Panelists:

Mark Schultz (Lewis University)

Adrienne Petty (The City College of New York)

Jonas Stephens (Auburn University)

Sawde Salifou Labo (North Carolina A&T University)

Michael Verville (UNC–Greensboro)

Joshua Snipes (UNC–Fayetteville State University)

Rob Shapard (UNC–Chapel Hill)

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