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2019 Fall Symposium Registration

November 07, 2019

Register for ALL events for the 2019 Fall Symposium in Raleigh, Thursday, November 7 – Friday, November 8.  If you are unable to attend all events, please use the items listed below to register for the individual events and sessions you are able to attend.

$215.00

2019 Fall Symposium – Thursday Morning Sessions

November 07, 2019

PREMIERE 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)

 

$45.00

2019 Fall Symposium – Thursday Afternoon Sessions

November 07, 2019

BENDING THE ARC: WILLIS GRAVES JR. AND THE PURSUIT OF JUSTICE. This original short play, commissioned by Preservation NC from award-winning playwright and poet, Howard Craft, will explore the Raleigh roots of Willis Graves Jr.’s dogged pursuit of justice for African Americans as a civil rights attorney during the 1920s-1950s in Detroit. The play will highlight the inspiration for his commitment to justice: his father, Willis Graves Sr., builder of the Graves-Fields House who was heavily involved in social justice causes in Raleigh, and ran for the NC House of Representatives in 1898. It will focus on Willis Graves Jr.’s involvement in the famous Ossian Sweet trial, where he worked with Clarence Darrow, and his role as a lawyer for the NAACP Legal Defense Fund in the landmark U.S. Supreme Court case, Shelley v. Kramer, working with Thurgood Marshall. That case invalidated the use of racially restrictive covenants.

PRESERVATION AND ITS ROLE IN SOCIAL JUSTICE PANEL [PART 2]: AFFORDABLE HOUSING AND OUR CHANGING NEIGHBORHOODS social justice, housing advocates, and preservationists to discuss current issues of affordable housing and our changing neighborhoods. Panelists: Dr. Tom Hanchett (Community Historian), James Perry (Winston-Salem Urban League), April Johnson (Preservation Durham), Charles Francis (The Francis Law Firm), Gregg Warren (DHIC, Inc.)

HOUSE MOVING AND LIFTING: WHEN IS IT APPROPRIATE? We’re tackling house moving and lifting with an in-depth discussion sharing practical expertise and advice from a range of perspectives. Panelist: Tania Tully (City of Raleigh), Sarah David (North Carolina State Historic Preservation Office ), Cynthia de Miranda (MdM Historical Consultants), Matt Tomasulo (Guest House Raleigh), Ted Alexander (Preservation North Carolina)

(All sessions at Thomas Boyd Chapel @Shaw University, 118 E. South Street, Raleigh)

$45.00

2019 Fall Symposium – Thursday Evening Historic Raleigh Tour and Reception

November 07, 2019

Enjoy a reception of heavy hors d’oeuvres and see what’s old and new in downtown Raleigh!

$40.00

2019 Fall Symposium – Friday Morning Session

November 08, 2019

MARION S. COVINGTON KEYNOTE SPEAKER: President and Founder of Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation, Arthur Ziegler Jr., shares how PHLF has navigated complex projects successfully. Throughout Zeigler’s fifty-plus year tenure, PHLF has been at the forefront of preservation groups that are actively engaged in both downtown revitalization and affordable housing. Sponsored by The Marion Stedman Covington Foundation (Thomas Boyd Chapel @ Shaw University, 118 E. South Street, Raleigh)

$45.00

2019 Fall Symposium – Friday Honor Awards Ceremony and Reception

November 08, 2019

Help celebrate the achievements of the 2019 Honor Awards recipients and visit Historic Estey Hall! (Estey Hall @Shaw University, 118 E. South Street, Raleigh).

After the awards reception, join us for exclusive tours of Raleigh historic landmarks!

$40.00