“In Spite of [our] Color”: The Building of Education in NC
invites YOU to a Destination Spring Forum
When: Saturday, June 4, 2022, from 10:00am – 2:00pm (check-in begins at 9:30am)
Where: Kimball Hall at the Charlotte Hawkins Brown Museum, a North Carolina Historic Site at 6136 Burlington Road, Gibsonville, NC 27249
Program: 10:00 – 11:30 “In Spite of [our] Color”: The Building of Education in NC with a panel of distinguished women.
Our speakers will be:
- Ms. Chrystal Regan, Education Section Chief at the North Carolina Museum of History
- Dr. Valerie Ann Johnson, Dean of Arts, Sciences, and Humanities and Professor of Sociology at Shaw University
- Ms. Veronica Bitting who is the Director, Equitable & Economic Development at Neighbors for Better Neighborhoods
Lunch: 11:30 – 12:15 Lunch together and an opportunity to network in-person for the first time since February 2020!!
Tours and Networking: 12:15 – 2:00 Tours of the Palmer Memorial Institute (PMI) grounds and Dr. Brown’s home, Canary Cottage. Choices are for Canary Cottage only – 30-45 minutes in length or Canary Cottage and PMI grounds – 60-80 minutes in length.
Tickets: Members $40, Guests $50 (For member pricing, login to the Member area of the website)
Sponsorships Available: In order to defray the costs of this event we are offering two different sponsorships. Event Sponsor – $100 and Speaker Sponsor – $50. Sponsors will be acknowledged during the event.
COVID precautions: Although masking is no longer required, please wear a mask if you prefer. No one will mind if you choose to do so.
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