PUBLIC PROGRAMS

Virtual Lunch & Learn: The Importance of Documenting Our History

April 20, 12:00 - 1:00 pm

Grab your lunch and tune in for an intriguing program presented by a panel of talented women who will be discussing the importance of collecting and recording the histories of our families through oral interviews with a focus on family gatherings.

Panelists:
Bernita Stanley Waller
Life Member – Association for the Study of African American Life and History – ASALH.org
Parliamentarian, Atlanta Branch, ASALH
Emphasis: Ordinary Family Searches: Problems, Resources

Bettie White Milledge
National Charter School Administrator and Consultant
Author: Engaging the Family: Reunion Planning Made Simple

Quaye Chapman Reed
Advisor to the Mississippi Hill Country Oral History Collective
Author/Columnist: Outstanding Black Women of Yalobusha County

 

Ticket Info

Free for members, $5 for Non-members

The Zoom link will be sent out on the day of the event via email to members and those who purchase tickets.

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