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How Fears of Passing Changed the 1930 Census

February 19 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

A Black History Month Lecture by Gabby Womack at Stevens Coolidge House and Gardens.  Gabby Womack is a Reference/Access Librarian, archivist, and historian specializing in nineteenth and twentieth-century African American history.  Gabby’s work analyzes personal and societal racial identities, particularly among descendants of the African diaspora, and their effects on policy in the United States.  Her research interests include the intersections of race, ethnicity, gender, immigration, eugenics/race science, inequity, and policy in the United States. Gabby loves inspiring folks to read diverse books by underrepresented populations on her website and social media. Follow her on TikTok and Instagram: @Bookish_AfroLatina and Facebook.

Space is limited.  Pre-registration is required.

Location: Stevens Coolidge House and Gardens

Cost: $20 Trustees Members, $25 Non-Members

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Details

Date:
February 19
Time:
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Organizer

Racial Justice Team
Email:
RacialJustice@northparish.org