Sustaining North Carolina’s African American Heritage Institutions During COVID-19 Webinar Series

The NC African American Heritage Commission is proud to present a six-part Zoom webinar series designed to offer guidance and strategies around how to sustain our institutions in this moment.  The series will leverage the expertise of sixteen heritage practitioners form across the country to address numerous topics.

Webinars

Documenting and Respond to COVID-19 & BLM in Your Community

Thursday, October 22, 1pm-2pm

Chaitra Powell and George Barrett

Relevance & Sustainability During Times of Crisis

Monday, November 9, 3pm-4pm

Juanita Moore, Vedet Coleman-Robinson, and Brent Leggs

Digital Engagement 101 for Small Museums

Thursday, December 3, 1pm-2pm

Kaytee Smith, Rebecca Hyman, and Karen Ipock

Registration now open.

Digital Innovation in the Age of COVID-19

Thursday, January 14, 1pm-2pm

Dr. Bryan Carter, Afeni Grace, and Tiffany Tolbert

NC African American Heritage Commission received a NC CARES: Humanities Relief Grant from the North Carolina Humanities Council, www.nchumanities.org. Funding for NC CARES has been provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act economic stabilization plan.

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