The second U.S. Civil Rights Movement Sites Symposium was a resounding success. All sessions were recorded and can now be accessed.
The Xymposium’s Opening Keynote Address will be presented by Dr. Hasan Jeffries of Ohio State University on Thursday, April 21. His topis is Context is Key, the Importance of Situating Civil Rights Sites in Movement History.
On Friday, April 22, as part of the U.S. Civil Rights Movement Sites Symposium, a four-person panel will discuss a variety of marketing strategies for historic civil rights sites.
The World Monuments Fund has placed Africatown (AL) on its 2022 Watch List, and the National Park Service has announced its official nomination of Hopewell Ceremonial Earthworks (OH) for World Heritage designation.
The U.S. Civil Rights Movement Sites Symposium, on April 21-22, 2022 in Atlanta, will end with closing keynote address, Preservation is Social Justice, by Brent Leggs of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Read about Leggs and his topic, and get other details on the Symposium.
The U.S. Civil Rights Movement Sites Symposium, on April 21-22, 2022 in Atlanta, will contain a panel discussion about Managing and Funding Your Rehabilitation. Read about its panelists, their topics, and get other details on the Symposium.
Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland visits Civil Rights sites, three grant deadlines approaching, position at NPS, Symposium.
The U.S. Civil Rights Movement Sites Symposium will be held in Atlanta, GA, at Georgia State University on April 21-22, 2022.
New funding for African American Churches, Hopewell Earthworks World Heritage Nomination Dossier complete, U.S. Civil Rights Movement Sites Symposium.
Seasons Greetings from the GSU World Heritage Initiative, grant deadline approaching for NTHP African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund grants, and the second U.S. Civil Rights Movement Sites Symposium rescheduled for April 21-22, 2022.