4 by 50: Turning Points in Durham History- Part 2
Tuesdays, July 21 & 28 | August 4 &11, 1:00 p.m.
The Museum of Durham History and Durham County Library present the second installment of a four-part live web series that captures today’s issues, framed in the context of Durham’s history in 50-year increments. Part two looks at: 1918—1964
Panelists will include local historians and experts on Durham history: Part two on July 28 will feature Angela Lee, Executive Director of Hayti Heritage Center; Dr. Benjamin Speller, former Professor and Dean of NCCU School of Library and Information Sciences; and Dr. Robert Korstad, Professor Emeritus of Public Policy- Duke University Sanford School of Public Policy. The series will be hosted by author and retired journalist Jim Wise.
Each segment will be a small group conversation, with visuals drawn from existing resources, such as the Durham: A Self-Portrait documentary and the Library’s North Carolina Collection. Viewers may submit questions during the live presentation. Audience participation will be invited and moderated via Zoom chat and Facebook comments sections.
Join us on DCoL’s Zoom and MoDH’s Facebook Live. Register at DCoL HERE!