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"If These Walls Could Talk Showcase & Next Steps" Webinar, Thursday, June 17

Register below by Tuesday, June 15

Thursday, June 17, 7-8 pm (webinar)

Hear a distinguished panel of College of Charleston faculty and alumni share their insights and expertise on craftsmanship, artistry, and labor of enslaved Africans who were tasked with building the 13th oldest college in the United States. The panel will share artifacts found near campus, initiatives underway to commemorate and honor their legacy, as well as programs and curriculum resources to inform and enlighten our students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community neighbors about racial equity and social justice. Registrants may submit questions for the panel in advance.

shannon eavesDr. Shannon Eaves
Assistant Professor of African American History
anthony greeneDr. Anthony Greene
Assistant Professor and Director of African American Studies
olivia williamsOlivia Williams '15, '21
History Interpreter at McLeod Plantation and Graduate Assistant, Avery Research Center
charissa owensDr. Charissa Owens
Director of Diversity Training and Education, Office of Institutional Diversity

You are encouraged, though it's not required, to watch If These Walls Could Talk prior to the discussion for added context. You can view that online here.

Step one: Register for the webinar. On the morning of the event, you’ll receive a link to view the webinar. Registration is free, but a $10 donation to benefit the Center for the Study of Slavery in Charleston below is suggested.

Step two: Click the link on Thursday, June 17, at 7 pm, to join the webinar live. It will be recorded and posted on our YouTube channel afterward for you to view and share with friends.

Registration is free, but a $10 donation is suggested. Register online below by Tuesday, June 15.

*You will receive a confirmation email within 24 hours after a successful registration. If you DO NOT receive this confirmation, please contact Meredith Chance, associate director of CofC clubs, at ASAP.

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Guests (only the guest registering is listed; updated every 24 hours)
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NameNicknameMaiden NameClass of
Shaun P. AbramsShaun2014
Esther K. AdamsEsther2011
Jada M. AddisonJada1999
Jason W. AdrianceJason1995
Kathryn L. AlexKatiePuza2007
Elizabeth A. BeuermanAveryHall2005
Anthony J. BisharaAnthony2019
Benjamin R. BlackBen2005
Christopher B. BlankinshipBrandon1997
Edith Bright-WashingtonEdith
Christine R. BrownChristineSmalls1991
Courtney E. BrownCourtney2002
Lisa B. BurbageLisaBollinger1981
Beatrice BurtonBeatrice
Kimberly M. BusseyKimberlyGoff2013
Jeri O. CabotJeri
Walter M. CainWalter1982
Margaret H. CieslikowskiPeggyHotchkiss
Tanner W. ClayTanner2015
Simone DavisSimone2017
Erin C. DayErin2018
Meagan L. DunhamMeagan2017
John M. DuvallMike
Rebecca A. EhemannBeccaAnsert2001
Kacie L. ErringtonKacie2021
Keisha M. FergusonKeisha2004
Marc FranzblauMarc2008
Clifford L. FulmoreClifford2004
Lizabeth K. GadsdenLiza2008
Paul GarbariniPaul
Mary P. GibbsMary2022
Chrystal C. GrantChrystalChapman2012
Maegan K. GudridgeMaegan2000
Paula H. HarrellPaulaEdwards1991
Rasheedah HarrisonRasheedah
Jacqueline A. HazlettJackie2015
Lynda HigginsLynda
Kaysie L. HorlbackKaysie2005
Alexander H. HowleAlex2009
Luba M. IbrahimLubaSengova1994
Mary C. IrwinMaryKiser2022
Farrakhan M. JamesFarrakhan1998
Michele JohnsonMichele
Karen B. JonesKarenBurroughs1974
William W. KingWyman2016
Morgan M. KoernerMorgan
Fiona D. LamaFionaMiller1987
McKenna LeckeyMcKenna
Mazie G. LewisMazieGlover1976
Tracey R. LewisTracey2000
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