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On Friday 19 February at 11 am EST, the History program at Elizabeth City State University in partnership with the NC African American Heritage Commission, the North Carolina Office of State Archaeology, the Museum of the Albemarle, and Elizabeth City/Pasquotank County Parks and Recreation is hosting an African American Cemetery Preservation Mini-Conference. The mini-conference is free, virtual, and open to the public.
North Carolina African American Cemetery Preservation Initiative
Ms. Angela Thorpe, Director of the North Carolina African American Heritage Commission
The Social and Historic Importance of African American Cemeteries
Dr. Latif Tarik, Assistant Professor, History, ECSU
Headstone Cleaning: A Virtual Lesson
Ms. Melissa Timo, North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources
and/or Ms. Jessica Cosmas, Museum of the Albemarle
Moderator and Zoom Facilitator
Dr. Melissa Stuckey, Assistant Professor, History, ECSU
Dr. Melissa Stuckey
Assistant Professor of History
Elizabeth City State University