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To Stand With And For Humanity: Essays from the Wake Forest University Slavery, Race and Memory Project

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contributor
Walker, Corey D. B.
Parent, Jr., Anthony S.
Hatch, Nathan O.
Canady, Andrew McNeill
Leonard, Bill
Tribble, Mary
Hicks, Derek
Chavis, Kami
Pyatt, Tim
Walton, Jonathan L.
creator
Wake Forest University
date
2020-06-19T18:11:27Z
2020-06-19T18:11:27Z
2020-06-19 (issued)
description
This publication features a collection of essays that examine the institution of slavery and its ties to Wake Forest University. Also included in the collection are the names of some of the enslaved African Americans who helped to build, maintain and were sold to benefit the original campus in the town of Wake Forest, and a photo depicting an abandoned cemetery where many of the members and descendants of the enslaved community are buried.
format
application/pdf
38 pages
books
Permalink
http://hdl.handle.net/10339/96886
language
English
relation
Special Collections and Archives
Z. Smith Reynolds Library
Wake Forest University
rights
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subject
Slavery--United States--History--Sources
title
To Stand With And For Humanity: Essays from the Wake Forest University Slavery, Race and Memory Project
type
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