Through 19th and early 20th century testimonies, memoirs, and interviews with those formerly enslaved, we can begin to learn about life under slavery. Each source of slave narratives has a history of its own to consider in interpreting these stories. This is a continuation of the effort to bring the voices of the enslaved and their stories of hardship and triumph to light. Presented by Barbara Goyette, HHH Executive Director.
This lecture will take place over Zoom. Check your email for a link to the meeting after purchasing a ticket.