Unlocking Success: Creating New Pathways for Students of Color in Public History

Event Description

Unlocking Success is a day-long symposium for African American undergraduate and graduate students and students studying African American history. The conference will spotlight research on local African American history and will include presentations that help students learn about the public history field. This event is free and includes lunch and afternoon refreshments.

This event is part of a longer inter institutional partnership between UNC Greensboro, North Carolina Central University, and the North Carolina African American Heritage Commission.

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