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From Black Women's Suffrage to Black Lives Matter: A Living Legacy
This webinar, presented in collaboration with the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library, will examine the legacy of Black Women's early activism and its connections to the present moment. It will include presentations on voting stories and links to the Black Lives Matter movement, as well as how Charlotte Mecklenburg Library is collecting African American COVID-19 experiences for archiving and using Wikimedia to surface materials relevant to their community.

Speakers will include:

Dominic Byrd-McDevitt, DPLA Data Fellow

Danté Nicole Miller, Community Editor for WFAE/Charlotte Mecklenburg Library/Digital Public Library of America via Report for America

Shaneé Yvette Murrain, DPLA Community Manager

Hannah Terrell, Branch Leader, Allegra Westbrooks Regional Library Charlotte Mecklenburg Library

Alexandra Watts, Reporter, WFAE

Catherine Welch, Assistant News Director, WFAE

Martha Yesowitch, Community Partnerships Leader, Charlotte Mecklenburg Library

Oct 29, 2020 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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