The Northern Slavery Collective has announced their upcoming annual conference, which will focus on museum education related to enslavement in the North. This conference will bring together experts in the field to share their insights and experiences on how museums can effectively educate the public about the history of enslavement.
The conference will cover a range of topics, including the challenges and opportunities of presenting enslavement in the North, the role of museums in shaping public perceptions of this history, and strategies for engaging diverse audiences in meaningful conversations about this vital topic.
The Northern Slavery Collective is a group of museum professionals and academics dedicated to researching and interpreting the history of enslaved people and the practice of enslavement in the Northern United States.
This conference is open to museum professionals, educators, and anyone interested in learning more about museum education related to the history of enslavement.