Say Their Names.

The closing day of Black History Month is the opening day of Say Their Names: Reclaiming Wilson, North Carolina’s Slave Past. I’m immensely honored to have been invited by Wilson’s science and history museum, Imagination Station, to curate this exhibit, which grew from a talk I gave at Wilson County Public Library a few years ago.

Say Their Names will be on display through the end of 2020, and I hope you’ll get to Wilson before then to see it. I’d love to see you on opening day, too, when I’ll be there to greet and thank you.

8 comments

  1. I’ll be there on the 29th taking photos for the newspaper! 🙂
    (Is there a set time for a formal opening of the exhibit that day? Will you be giving opening remarks?)

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      1. Congratulations! Unfortunately, I can’t attend but best wishes. We appreciate your investigative research.

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      2. I’ll check with Brooke! (The reason I asked is that I was given vague details about the day, mainly “it’s 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.” I wanted to narrow it down a little bit.) 😉

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