Join our friends from the Trent House on June 6th, 2023 between 9am and 4pm at the Grounds For Sculpture in Hamilton, New Jersey for this workshop! A continental breakfast will be served at 8:30 am, followed by keynote speaker Dr. Kendra Boyd of Rutgers University, followed by presentations on the history and legacy of slavery in New Jersey from:
Elaine Buck and Beverly Mills (Stoutsburg Sourland African American Museum)
Elizabeth Allan (Morven Museum & Garden)
Dr. Isabella Morales (Princeton & Slavery Project)
Dr. Jude Pfister (Morristown National Historic Park)
Dr. Jay-Paul Hinds (Princeton Theological Seminary)
Dr. Patricia Pongracz (Macculloch Hall Historical Museum)
Joseph Zemla (Monmouth County Historical Association)
Registration of $60 includes admission to Grounds For Sculpture, breakfast, lunch, and afternoon snack, and helps cover the cost of audiovisual support for the program.
The Trent House is a founding member of the Sankofa Collaborative, along with 1804 Consultants, Grounds For Sculpture, NJ Historical Society, and Stoutsburg Sourland African American Museum.
The Collaborative was formed in 2017 to build the capacity of individuals, groups, and organizations to learn about, present, and discuss the complex and difficult issues in the history and current experiences of African American citizens of New Jersey.