The Slave Dwelling-Project

October 11, 2019 – October 12, 2019 all-day
Jennings Brown House
121 S. Marlboro Street

Join Joseph McGill, Founder of the The Slave Dwelling Project, as we educate ourselves about the intertwined history of Americans of African and European origins, from the country’s founding to the present, to help us rewrite the narrative of history, preserve slave dwellings, and have dialogue about the legacies of slavery.

Friday, October 11:

4:00 PM – Student Presentation w/ CDF After School Program at Blenheim School of Discovery
5:30 PM – Dinner w/ Joseph McGill at Fiesta Tapatia – 630 Cheraw St.
8:30 PM – Campfire Conversation w/ Joseph McGill (Limited to 35 participants) Please bring a chair.
11:00 PM – Onsite Sleepover w/Joesph McGill. Please bring your tent/camping equipment, chair, and a flashlight.

10 AM – 3 PM – Living History
Cooking Demonstration
Brick Making Demonstration
Chair Making Demonstration
10:00 AM – Welcome
10:30 AM – Storytelling w/ Harriet Tubman
12:00 PM – Lunch
1:30 PM – Storytelling
2:00 PM – Foodways