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Countdown Begins To Star Studded Caribbean Inauguration Party For US’ First Black Caribbean American Vice President
A Caribbean Inauguration Celebration Of The US’ First Caribbean American VP Is Coming To A Computer Near You
News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Dec. 18, 2020: Caribbean American voters turned out in huge numbers to select the Joe Biden/Kamala Harris ticket on November 3, 2020. On Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Weekend, January 17, 2021, they will be an impressive gathering in cyberspace with some of the Caribbean’s most notable artistes, dignitaries, and organizations globally to mark another dynamic moment in history – the pending swearing in of Harris as the first black and female, Caribbean-American US vice-president at the 59th Presidential inauguration. read entire article
The Slave Dwelling Project
|Dear Friends of the Slave Dwelling Project:
As the events and challenges of this past year have demonstrated, we are living in a divided nation –one that desperately needs to confront the lasting social, economic, and health disparities borne from our slaveholding past.
I believe we can confront this past with the kind of narrative that builds bridges, not walls.As the founder and director, I know the Slave Dwelling Project can forge a more truthful and inclusive narrative of American history. My colleagues and I have been tackling these difficult issues for 10 years, and we are ready to continue and expand our work, close divides and address inequities.
We need your help.When the pandemic forced us to cancel much of our in-person programming for 2020, we kept going. Online conversations and virtual tours expanded our reach and impact. At the same time, we miss the transformation which occurs when we are physically together around our fireside conversations or sleeping in historic structures.We head into 2021 ready to build upon our virtual reach no matter what and to expand our in-person impact when the health crisis subsides. We see opportunities to strengthen our outreach efforts — especially to schools and community groups – through a focus on strategic planning and capacity building. Your contributions are vital to this effort.
Seeing the value of our work to change the narrative and confront the past, anonymous donors have offered $15,000 as a dollar-for-dollar match for any contributions received from our supporters by December 31, 2020.Your contribution will help ensure that we can continue our work in a time that has been very difficult for so many of us. Please join us in meeting this match—and encourage your friends and family to do the same—knowing that every dollar you give will double in value.
Your ongoing commitments of time, experiences, best wishes, and financial support keep us going and are greatly appreciated. Thank you!Look for the coming release of our 2021 schedule, and plan to gather with us at some of those events. In the meantime have a safe, happy, and healthy holiday season!
The Slave Dwelling Project is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to a more truthful and inclusive narrative of American history, honoring the contributions of all our people by interpreting slave dwellings and fostering dialogue on slavery and race relations. Your continued interest and support help make this important work possible.
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The Slave Dwelling Project