Category: Annual Conference

Young Abolitionists

What does YA mean to you? Young Abolitionists means bringing the past to the present. Bringing the knowledge of what really happened in the past...
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Marcus Kwame Anderson

My name is Marcus Kwame Anderson. I was born in Kingston, Jamaica and moved to Albany, New York at an early age. I’ve been creating...
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Graham Hodges

George Dorland Langdon, Jr. Professor of History and Africana and Latin American Studies “I am currently working on three projects. The first is a one-volume...
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Daesha Devón Harris

Daesha Devón Harris is a Saratoga Springs, New York native, artist and photographer who has spent time in Buffalo, NY and San Francisco, CA. Her...
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Crescentino

Crescentino, an offshoot of Crescente, is an ensemble ideal for smaller events and spaces. Utilizing a sound as equally vibrant as that of its precursor,...
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Crescente

Crescente, an incredible, eclectic ensemble, enlivens the capital region with the Ska and Afrobeat musical traditions. Encouraging cultural diversity in society while engaging the musicians...
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April Francis

April Francis has been teaching Social Studies within the Uniondale, NY School District for over ten years. She served on the NYS Teacher Collaborative Council...
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Alan Singer

Alan Singer, PhD, Professor of Secondary Education, and Director of Social Studies Education, Hofstra University, is a former New York City high school social studies...
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Jennifer Tosch

Jennifer Tosch – founder of the Black Heritage Amsterdam Tours. First, I give all praise and glory to God, honor to our ancestors, and gratitude...
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Conference 2014

Slavery and the Underground Railroad: the Larger Context, the Lingering Legacy The 13th Annual Underground Railroad Public History Conference Organized by Underground Railroad History Project...
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