How Did We Get Here? ‘Hidden’ History

podcast 1619 Study Series NY Times

Join the ORA Black Network for its second, much awaited virtual study series discussing the NY Times 1619 podcast series.

A welcoming, exploratory and informative discussion amongst peers using each of the podcast episodes as a springboard to discussion.

Episode 1 – Nov 10 – The Fight for a True Democracy

Episode 2 – Nov 17 – The Economy That Slavery Built

Episode 3 & 4 – Nov 24 – The Birth of American Music    &    How the Bad Blood Started

Episode 5 – Dec 8 – The Land of Our Fathers

Participants will be expected to listen to the assigned podcast before joining that week’s discussion.

 

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5 – week, virtual trip into 400 years of history discussing the NY Times 1619 podcast series. Free event for all! Space is limited.

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