The John Marshall House has brought together area scholars and public historians in a virtual panel discussion to explore how the city of Richmond evolved between 1800 and 1830, and likewise, how Richmond’s free Black and elite white populations developed their own visions for the roles and future of Black people in the city.
Meika Downey, MA, Education Manager, John Marshall House, Preservation Virginia
Elvatrice Belsches, MA, Public Historian
Ana Edwards, MA, Public Historian, Sacred Ground Project
Nathan Hall, MA, Richmond National Battlefield Park
Dr. Ryan Smith, PhD, VCU Dept. of History
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