The day’s events include:
A keynote speech by Ryan P. Haygood from the New Jersey Institute for Social Justice
Opportunities to learn more about:
- Historic cemeteries and their role in teaching us about the past
- Historic buildings and how they frame our communities’ development over time
- Emerging monuments and how they are lifting up lesser-known stories
- A new documentary titled, “The Price of Silence: The Forgotten Story of New Jersey’s Enslaved People”
The registration fee includes breakfast, lunch, snack, and admission to Grounds For Sculpture, including the current exhibitions – Roberto Lugo: The Village Potter and Fragile: Earth.
This event is in partnership with the Sankofa Collaborative.