Hush Now, Baby
Hush Now, Baby is an unforgettable memoir that was written to honor the thousands of African American women who reared so many white children in the segregated South. Yet the book also morphed into more than that, into lively discussions about “hushed” subjects: alcoholism, abuse, philandering and uncomfortable queries. Hear Angela Williams share the story of Eva, a story that took her 50 years to write.
“Getting Started With Genealogy”
In his talk, Charlie Black will provide beginners with some good foundational skills and tools needed for genealogy research (how to start the research and how to keep focused and organized so that the effort feels less daunting) and will also offer some advice on where one might look for genealogical information.