Remembering Vinegar Hill and Its Troubling Legacy – Part 3
Posted on May 5, 2015 by PLT Staff
Recording of a joint lecture given by Renae Shackelford and James Robert Saunders at the fifth meeting of the City and Congregation Workgroup in Charlottesville, Virginia. This part consists the Q&A session that followed the lectures given by Shackelford and Saunders.
Excerpt: “Our children [African American children] need to know their history in order to understand the importance of by any means necessary getting their education.”
- Video Information
- Date Recorded:March 7, 2003
- Location Recorded:Charlottesville, VA
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