March 14, 2019 @ 12:30 pm – 1:45 pm
Abney Cultural Center Auditorium
320 Stanley Avenue
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This panel showcases the roles of women during WWI and afterward to understand cultural and economic changes. It provides a case study of the work in N.C. women’s colleges and provides an overview of evolving social relationships by women and men during the early 20th century, including African-American who worked in textile mills. Panelists will also speak on promoting local history and mobilizing “citizen archivists.”


Panelists: Dr. Keith Gorman, Dr. Janet Hudson, Dr. Kathryn Silva, Ms. Kathelene Smith
Moderator: Ms. April Akins