Category: slave life

Interpretive Programs this weekend! 0

Interpretive Programs this weekend!

Hey everybody!! I hope that folks enjoyed their mid-week holiday, I know I did. I saw a few headlines that raised eyebrows and caused a squawk about who really gets to enjoy the holiday....

Reflections from City Point 5

Reflections from City Point

I am a timid person by nature–I like to play the background and do careful, thought provoking and amazing work while back there. However I realize with a business model, this doesn’t serve well,...

Musings and updates 3

Musings and updates

Ahh, so this week is the joint meeting with NCPH and OAH that I was supposed to attend. Due to financial constraints, I was not able to make it and I’m completely bummed out...

Quick Update 0

Quick Update

I haven’t fallen off the face of the earth, just working on some things for my clients and getting that out the door! This month, I will be in Petersburg, VA at a program...

Introducing Slavery at Historic St. Mary’s City 5

Introducing Slavery at Historic St. Mary’s City

I think there are some folks who chuckle when I tell them I am a consultant, as if that’s not possible. But I am. A large part of what I do and what I...

Panels and Plantations 0

Panels and Plantations

Continuing my week of adventures and presentations, I had the honor of being a panelist at St. Mary’s College of Maryland last night. The panel discussion was about diversity in museums, and how we...

AAG Recap 0

AAG Recap

Over the past two days, I have presented, attended and been a panelist in 3 sessions at the Association of American Geographer’s Annual Meeting in New York City. Always a fun place to be,...

Are you checking for the Cooking Gene? 0

Are you checking for the Cooking Gene?

Hello everybody!!! Things have been very busy on this end. I am preparing to present in New York City next week as well as have a public lecture in Maryland at Historic St. Mary’s...

What’s Cooking? The Cooking Gene! 0

What’s Cooking? The Cooking Gene!

So I’ve been busy working on presentations and what not and my advisor and mentor, Dr. Karen Cox told me I should really check out Michael Twitty and see what he was all about....

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