Friday, March 9, 2018 from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM EST
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Huxley Theater 
Cultural Education Center
222 Madison Ave.
Albany, NY 12230

Parking is available without charge after 5 P.M. in the CEC parking lot east of the complex and accessed from Madison Avenue. Street parking is also available without charge after 6 P.M.
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Jennifer Clunie 
New York State Archives Partnership Trust 

Gather at the Table: The Healing Journey of a Daughter of Slavery and Son of the Slave Trade 

The Underground Railroad History Project and the New York Archives Magazine Speaker Series are proud to present GATHER AT THE TABLE with Sharon Morgan and Tom DeWolf. What is the legacy of the institution of slavery? Their responses - grounded in experience - offer hope that reconciliation and healing are possible in a nation rife with conflict, division, and racism.


Friday, March 9, 2018

7:00 P.M.

Huxley Theater, Cultural Education Center

Albany, NY


Gather at the Table is the story of Sharon Morgan and Tom DeWolf, two everyday people from diverse backgrounds who are on a mission to overcome the trauma of America’s legacy of slavery and the lingering effects of present-day racism.

Over a three year period, the interracial pair traveled thousands of miles through twenty-seven states and overseas, building an improbable relationship. Using genealogy as an undercurrent, they visited each other’s families, ancestral towns, court houses, sites of racial terror, cemeteries, plantations and antebellum mansions, seeking to come to terms with the history out of which racism evolved.

Tickets: $20 (adults) | $15 (seniors) | $5 (students) 

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This event is part of LIBERTYCON 2018 - Embracing Equity in a Global Society

The 17th Annual Underground Railroad Public History Convention

in partnership with the NYS Council for Social Studies and the NYS Archives Partnership Trust

For more information and full conference registration options, visit undergroundrailroadhistory.org/conference