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Adam Rothman - Georgetown Slavery, Memory and Reconciliation Initiative - Shared screen with speaker view
Marion Connell
32:09
Please put a list of the speaker's books in the Chat box or send out via email later. Thanks.
David Lee
48:56
It is not surprising that your students were shocked to learn about Georgetown having a slave that escaped. However, i believe it is fair to say that most students at Georgetown have parents quite able to pay tuition and the other expenses of their children. Your students are extremely wealth and uncomprehending of the wealth they enjoy.
olli webinar
49:50
The list of Adam Rothman's books can be found in the lecture announcement here: https://app.robly.com/archive?id=22b2e0fdb2f746b237143810015d56d3&v=true
Judith Spector
56:28
I always heard that the small wooden houses in Georgetown (off campus) were where slaves lived. Is that generally true?
Marion Connell
01:05:08
If someone thinks they may be a descendant of Isaac Hawkins, what evidence would they have to present in order to compete for a GU 272 scholarship?
Judith
01:05:35
How did Georgetown go about tracking down the descendants of the GU 272? How large is the group of descendants identified?
jean everitt
01:05:37
I am curious about the Louisiana community. Can you tell us something about its make-up - economy, community activities, education, etc.
Karen Stewart
01:07:30
In Melisandre a short Colonbe
Marion Connell
01:08:03
Where on PG County was White Marsh?
Hazel Keimowitz
01:10:24
Could you talk about interactions with the descendants? What do they want?
John Bargeron
01:10:36
When did Georgetown accept its first Afro-American as an undergraduate?
David Lee
01:11:58
If I cannot present an opinion during this session, how can i present it to you, Adam Rothman?
Karen Stewart
01:14:19
Did any of the Queens or Mahoney families that sued the Jesuits for their freedom end up being part of the 1838 sale
olli webinar
01:14:37
URL was: slaveryarchive.georgetown.edu
Jack Friedenthal
01:24:51
Have there been many intermarriages that you have identified in the GU 272 community?
Ellen Moody
01:26:54
Well it was forbidden to teach enslaved people to read and to write.
Marion Connell
01:32:13
Thank you, Mark. This was a terrific presentation.