Williams, Ph.D., American Studies from K.U., and director of the Black Archives of Mid-America, researches the preservation of histories of African Americans, underscoring the narratives of Black migration, community development, entrepreneurial gains and the spirit of ingenuity and hope invested in a new land.

ON All Souls Forum | February 14, 2013 | 12:00 pm

“Kansas City’s Black Archives of Mid-America” with Doretha Williams

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Williams, Ph.D., American Studies from K.U., and director of the Black Archives of Mid-America, researches the preservation of histories of African Americans, underscoring the narratives of Black migration, community development, entrepreneurial gains and the spirit of ingenuity and hope invested in a new land.

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  1. Enjoyed the program today, it offered an interesting insight into the work and service of the Black Archives of Mid-America. I would be especially interested in building network with the near by Cross Roads and the 18th & Vine Districts.

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