Thursday, November 21, 2019 at 6:00pm to 8:30pm
During the Civil War, thousands of formerly enslaved African Americans lived in refugee camps set up by the U.S. Army, which was often ill-equipped to deal with the myriad of needs. How were the experiences of enslaved people seeking freedom similar to those of migrants living in "temporary" shelters today?
Harriet Kuhr, Executive Director of International Rescue Committee
Amy Murrell Taylor, Ph.D., University of Kentucky
Amanda Prak, Founder of One Hundred Pounds of Hope and Khmer Rouge Survivor
American Civil War Museum - Historic Tredegar
500 Tredegar Street, Richmond, VA 23219