Dialogue

#RequiemforRice

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Why do we need a Requiem for African and African-American History?

We recap the beginning of a series of dialogues where the open discussion answers the critical questions facing African and African-American descendants of enslaved people.

A Dialogue in Charleston from the Citadel

The Experiences of Living and Working on a Rice Plantation



with Jonathan Green (l) and Edda L. Fields-Black and Dr. Richard Porcher

Wednesday, February 17, 2016
Charleston, SC
Dialogue


A Dialogue with Charleston Artists...




with Jonathan Green (l) and Lee Pringle

October, 2015
Charleston, SC
Dialogue


A Dialogue in Charleston...

"Rice in Gullah Geechee Culture and History"



with Jonathan Green (l) and Edda L. Fields-Black

Wednesday, September 16, 2015
Charleston, SC
Dialogue


A Dialogue with Charleston Artists...

"Honoring the Charleston 9: Why We Need a 'Requiem' for African and African-American History"



with Jonathan Green (l) and Lee Pringle

Thursday, July 30, 2015
Pittsburgh, PA
Dialogue

July 30, 2015 - PITTSBURGH, PA

Photo credit Gail Manker Photography


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Want to learn more about the Requiem for Rice and in general join the conversation on a Requiem for African and African-American history?
You can contact us at producer@requiemforrice.com or on Facebook and Twitter using the hashtag #RequiemforRice

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