Stewards of historic sites associated with the African American Freedom Struggle of the 1950s and 1960s from across the United States are invited to attend the second U.S. Civil Rights Movement Sites Symposium being held on the Atlanta campus of Georgia State University, April 16-18, 2020.
Featuring talks by such noted leaders in historic preservation… more »
We like to keep things light at our C&C’s so this Wednesday we’ll be chatting about MENTAL HEALTH!!!!! But seriously, I don’t need to tell you how grad school takes a toll on our sanity. We are continuing a focus on self-care next week by discussing strategies and methods for dealing with the masochism mental… more »
Rosa Duffy owns and runs For Keeps, a bookstore/ community center on Auburn Avenue specializing in African American literature. Today she’ll share her stories of how she started collecting, what books mean to her, and how she sees her role in the community.
The University System of Georgia has awarded Georgia State University’s Department of History on the downtown campus with the Regents’ Award for Teaching Excellence by a Department or Program, recognizing innovative and engaging efforts to transform teaching and learning in the department’s curriculum. Read More