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Researching the Interpretation of Slavery in Louisiana

James Madison’s Montpelier is in the midst of expanding its interpretation of slavery thanks to a generous gift from David Rubenstein.  To explore potential interpretive techniques and content that could be adopted, we conducted a three-day research trip to visit a wide range of sites in Louisiana. 333 more words

Historical Interpretation

Malaysian Diaries

Three years back, I was sent on an engineering assignment to Malaysia by my employers. Hoping to learn new skills and meet new people, I readily agreed. 190 more words

A People In Search of a History

One night, as parents often do, I was assisting my youngest son with his assignment. It was Cultural Diversity Week at his school and all of the students were required to research their culture and heritage and bring back information to present to the class and to put on display. 320 more words


15 Books That Every Black Person Should Add to Their Collection

The Mis-Education of The Negro (by Dr. Carter G. Woodson)

Originally released in 1933, The Mis-Education of the Negro continues to resonate today, raising questions that readers are still trying to answer. 1,103 more words

African American

The Love of Languages! Accurate Body Language Interviews Multilingual Angie Martell, Esq.

The LOVE of Languages!

Knowing five languages (i.e., body language, Spanish, English, Portuguese, and American Sign Language) is an important competitive advantage for Angie Martell, Attorney and Mediator at Iglesia Martell Law Firm PLLC in Ann Arbor, Michigan. 1,065 more words

Janette Ghedotte