[WSCSS] National Archives Online Event - Philadelphia

Carol Buswell Carol.Buswell at nara.gov
Fri May 6 13:13:45 EDT 2011


Wonderful Washington Teachers,
I am excited to be able to introduce you to one of my colleagues in
Philadelphia.  Here is a special online event on Early Civil Rights that
might be of interest to you.  Carol Buswell, Education Specialist, The
National Archives at Seattle.
 

The National Archives at Philadelphia and Villanova University's Public
History graduate program invite you to an exciting interactive
presentation:  
 
 
“Following in their Footsteps: Exploring the Paths of the Early Civil
Rights Movement” 

 
Monday, May 16, 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM.
 
 
In this program, hosted by National Archives Education Specialist
Andrea Reidell, Dr. Judith Giesberg’s public history graduate students
will introduce us to some of the nineteenth-century’s Rosa Parks and
Martin Luther Kings, telling the compelling stories of women and men of
color who demanded access to public spaces in the post Civil War era.  
 

The students, who conducted groundbreaking research based on
nineteenth-century civil rights court cases at National Archives
facilities throughout the country, will also provide several suggestions
for turning these fascinating stories into public history and
educational programs.  
 
We hope these remarks will begin a conversation that will link the
National Archives with other institutions and individuals interested in
Civil War sesquicentennial programming – and the important forgotten
stories of civil rights after the Civil War.
 
This presentation is being held at the National Constitution Center in
Philadelphia and will also be available nationally via webinar.
 
 
To attend the event in person: Please RSVP to andrea.reidell at nara.gov
Light refreshments will be served.

 
To attend the event online:
-      Go to http://constitutioncenter.acrobat.com/civilrights/
-      Enter the room as a guest by typing in your name. There will be
windows for the presentation and for a live chat feature.
-      Please sign on 5 -10 minutes prior to the program start time.
There are a limited number of spaces in the webinar room.
-      For the best online experience, please use a computer with a
wired connection.  Wireless connections may cut in and out.
-      If you have any problems joining the webinar, please call
267-312-9833.
 
 
The program will be recorded and archived at the same website.
 
To learn more about this program and see images from the presentation,
visit the program room
http://constitutioncenter.acrobat.com/civilrights/ and enter as a guest.

 
Or visit the National Archives at Philadelphia Facebook page at
http://www.facebook.com/NARAatPhiladelphia  
 _____________________
Andrea (Ang) Reidell
Education Specialist
The National Archives at Philadelphia
900 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107-4292
phone: 215-606-0103
e-mail: andrea.reidell at nara.gov
http://www.archives.gov/midatlantic/  
 
 
Carol Buswell

Education Specialist
National Archives and Records Administration
Pacific Alaska Region
6125 Sand Point Way NE
Seattle, WA  98115-7999
(206) 336-5151
carol.buswell at nara.gov
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