Lunch with GIG360.

Grateful for the opportunity to meet virtually over lunch with the young professionals of Wilson’s Gig360. Public historian, archivist, and museum professional Beth Nevarez and I chatted with moderator Betsy Peters Rascoe of Design Dimension Inc. and GIG360 members about the development and curation of the Freeman Round House Museum, including its new virtual exhibits; Oliver Nestus FreemanSay Their Names; the Lane Street Project; and the importance of amplifying the stories and histories of the whole of Wilson’s community.

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