2019 Fall Symposium – Thursday Morning Sessions
ADVANCE REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED. LIMITED SPACE IS AVAILABLE FOR ON-SITE REGISTRATION
PREVIEW DOCUMENTARY FILM SCREENING: Join us as we take a look back at the Hall and Graves-Fields House project from beginning to end! Fayetteville-based documentary filmmakers, Moonlight Communications, have captured this years-long project and the spirit of the community that inspired it – Oberlin Village. Brief Q&A session with filmmakers, descendants of the Hall, Graves and Fields families, and Oberlin Village residents afterward.
PRESERVATION AND ITS ROLE IN SOCIAL JUSTICE KEYNOTE [PART 1]: Historian Dr. Tom Hanchett examines segregation and housing policy in the US and its impact in North Carolina, paralleling the powerful book, The Color of Law by Richard Rothstein. Sponsored by Marion Stedman Covington Foundation.
(All sessions at Thomas Boyd Chapel @Shaw University, 118 E. South Street, Raleigh)