Echoes of the Enslaved Conversations: A Legacy of Colonization-Online Event
Join us for part two of a virtual night around a campfire at Montpelier Historic Site where Native and enslaved ancestors once lived and worked to discuss their stories, their struggles, and their legacies.
This unique two-day commemoration is alongside the acclaimed non-profit, The Slave Dwelling Project and their founder Joseph McGill. The evening will also feature Rico Newman, Elder, Choptico Band of Piscataway-Conoy Chiefdom, indigenous to Maryland . Together we will explore the legacy of colonization in Prince George’s County Maryland.
The virtual event will allow you to participate in a virtual “Conversation Circle” around the fire at Montpelier Historic Site. Share your stories, insights, and thoughts about the Legacy of Colonization in Prince George’s County Maryland.
(a link to the event will be provided closer to the date)