Webinar: History for Lunch: Children Go Where I Send You

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Wednesday, August 19, 2020 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Join the Museum of the Albemarle as we host History for Lunch at Home on Wednesday, September 16, 2020 at 12 p.m.

Caroline Stephenson, independent producer of narrative films, documentary films, public service announcements, and documentary plays, presents the documentary "Children Go Where I Send You"  that tells the story of the historic Mill Neck School in Hertford County, North Carolina that was severely damaged during Hurricane Irene in 2011. The documentary captures Mill Neck members, historians, and others on their journey to save this historic school.

Hertford County Public Schools' students assisted in every phase of this documentary project from researching, to interviewing, to filming, and editing. The video also includes information about Hertford County's other nine Rosenwald schools, four of which remain standing today. In 2002 the National Trust for Historica Preservation added Rosenwald Schools to its list of Most Endangered Historic Places. The goal of "Children Go Where I Send You" is to help preserve African American history for future generations before it is too late.

This lecture will be online via Zoom. Reminder that our Zoom webinars allow for 100 participants, but if can't attend live it will be uploaded the next day on our YouTube channel. Register in advance by clicking the link below: