[Blackstudies-l] Underground Railroad, and in the Struggle Since, conf. in Troy, NY

Emilye Crosby crosby at geneseo.edu
Tue Jan 26 15:06:14 EST 2010



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> From: pstewart at localnet.com
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> ugrworkshop.com
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> REGISTER NOW!   9TH Annual UGR History Conference
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> Gender, Class, Race and Ethnicity in Abolitionism, on the Underground
> Railroad, and in the Struggle Since
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> February 26, 27, 28, 2010
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> Organized by Underground Railroad History Project of the Capital
> Region, Inc. Hosted by Russell Sage College, Troy, New York
> In Collaboration with Rensselaer County Historical Society
>
> February 26 ?The Not So Underground Underground Railroad? Teacher  
> Workshop
> Rhonda Y. Williams, Ph.D. ? evening guest speaker
> ?Railroads, Streets and Bridges ? Black Women and Freedom Journeys?
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> February 27
> Rosemary Sadlier?Mary Ann Shadd: Publisher, Editor, Teacher, Lawyer,
> Suffragette Workshops, cultural performance, vendors, poster displays
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> Join with scholars, artists, historians, preservationists, educators,
> students, community members and others to explore how the forces of
> gender, class, race and ethnicity have influenced the UGR and  
> movements
> for freedom that have arisen in its wake.
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> February 28
> 2-hour tour of Troy?s UGR and African American heritage sites
>
> A complete listing of pre-conference activities, workshops, speakers,
> accommodations, sponsors and directions is available
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> REGISTER at www.ugrworkshop.com or 518-432-4432
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> DON?T DELAY     ------?     REGISTER NOW!    ?------    Please  
> spreadthe word

Emilye Crosby
Professor
History Department
1 College Circle
Geneseo, NY 14554
(585) 245-5375
crosby at geneseo.edu

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