Black History Month and Roswell Roots Virtual Presentation

Please join Northwest member Dr. Veta Tucker on Saturday, February 13, 2021, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EST for a virtual presentation and discussion on the 19th Century enslaved labor force at Smith Plantation through the particular perspective of one woman named Clarinda and her family, in honor of Black History Month and Roswell Roots. Using available records and knowledge, this story will bear witness to the life of a woman who began her life enslaved by the Smith family but lived through the years of Civil War and Emancipation to chart her own course as Clarinda Richardson. Lecture is recommended for adults and consists of a 40 minute presentation with a 10 to 15 minute question and answer session.

To sign up for this free event please use this link.