Thu, May 27 | Oklahoma State University-Tulsa

Thursday Luncheon Panel - Caroline Randall Williams & Dr. Turkiya Lowe

Dr. Turkiya Lowe (National Park Service's Chief Historian and Deputy Federal Preservation Officer), along with Caroline Randall Williams (Author, chef, activist, and teacher), provide a luncheon panel discussion that illuminates how important historical events tie into the history of places we live.
Thursday Luncheon Panel - Caroline Randall Williams & Dr. Turkiya Lowe

Time & Location

May 27, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM CDT
Oklahoma State University-Tulsa, 700 N Greenwood Ave, Tulsa, OK 74106, USA

About the Event

Dr. Turkiya Lowe (National Park Service's Chief Historian and Deputy Federal Preservation Officer), along with Caroline Randall Williams (Author, chef, activist, and teacher), provide a luncheon panel discussion that illuminates how important historical events tie into the history of places we live (with the Greenwood area for Black Wall Street and the Race Massacre as local models), along with extrapolating the various meanings and impacts of events, and trace their continuity/transformation into the present. Additionally, the two will discuss how activism, history, performance art, monuments, scholarship, business, and place intersect in both preserving the past and carving a path for the future.

Schedule


  • 1 hour

    Thursday Lunch Panel - Caroline Randall Williams & Dr. Turkiya Lowe

    OSU - Tulsa

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