The 1619 Project Symposium
When did slavery begin in the USA? What has been the impact of systemic racism on African American Church, Medicine/Black American Health, Politics, Capitalism, Music, The Black Church and more.
Thanks to Nikole Hanna-Jones and a cadre of writers, academics, and historians for the 1619 Project, we have the answers. The 1619 Project is a hybrid collection of nonfiction essays that explore 18 different American institutions and phenomena impacted by systemic racism. Yes, we finally get the answers to these and many more questions.
Join us in a look at ten(10) of the essays in 1619 Project: A New Origin Story Symposium, which provides a more perfect view of American History without redactions related to racism and slavery. The symposium is led by Dr. Carol Francois, educator, writer, and podcast host.
Join us at The Mount on Friday, September 23, 2022 from 7-9 pm and Saturday, September 24, 2022 from 8 – 2:45 pm. Participation is:
- Free for members of The Mount
- $25 for non-members
- A complimentary lunch is provided on Saturday.
You will be enlightened, inspired and hopefully, reinvigorated as we go to the next level of being “into what God is up to”!!
Registration is from Sunday, August 14th through Sunday, September 18th.
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