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Black Lives Next Door
"Black Lives Next Door: George Mason & Northern Virginia in an Age of Disparity & Opportunity" is an ongoing research project at the Center for Mason Legacies at George Mason University. Dr. George D. Oberle and Dr. LaNitra Berger discuss what they've learned about the legacy of slavery in Northern Virginia and the impact that the 1959 founding of George Mason College had on its neighbors. Register if you would like a reminder. Age 16 and up.
LaNitra M. Berger is the senior director of fellowships in the George Mason University Office of Undergraduate Education, instructor and affiliated faculty of the Center for Mason Legacies.
George D. Oberle is a History Librarian, assistant professor and director of the Center for Mason Legacies. Fun fact: He's a winner of the 2021 American Library Association's I Love My Librarian Award! https://ilovelibraries.org/love-my-librarian/george-d-oberle/
Related LibGuide: Fairfax County History by Fairfax County Public Library (Admin)
- Sunday, August 7, 2022
- 3:00pm - 4:00pm
- George Mason Meeting Room
- Library Branch:
- George Mason Regional Library