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Talking About Race Matters: Generations of Slavery on the Dyckman Property in Inwood, 1661-1827

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One of the most important topics throughout history and in recent months, is the topic of race. Given current events covered in the news, we at the Dyckman Farmhouse Museum feel that it is important to have and to facilitate conversations on race, even though they can be challenging. Because of this, we have put together a series of talks with experts, each looking at the topic of race from a different perspective. Our hope is that we can all come together, learn from one another, and continue the conversation. We hope that you will join us!

Wednesday, March 10 at 6:00 p.m.
Title: Generations of Slavery on the Dyckman Property in Inwood, 1661-1827
Speakers: Dr. Gretchen Sullivan Sorin, Director and Distinguished Service Professor at the Cooperstown Graduate Program and Mr. Richard Tomczak, PhD Candidate in History at Stony Brook University.
About: A talk about the research of our DyckmanDISCOVERED initiative, uncovering the lives of the enslaved who worked on the Dyckman farm. The lives of enslaved people of the Dyckman family shed light on the complex relationships forged in the environs of New York City and the transformation of slavery in the North.

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One of the most important topics throughout history and in recent months, is the topic of race. Given current events covered in the news, we at the Dyckman Farmhouse Museum feel that it is important to have and to facilitate conversations on race, even though they can be challenging. Because of this, we have put together a series of talks with experts, each looking at the topic of race from a different perspective. Our hope is that we can all come together, learn from one another, and continue the conversation. We hope that you will join us!

Wednesday, March 10 at 6:00 p.m.
Title: Generations of Slavery on the Dyckman Property in Inwood, 1661-1827
Speakers: Dr. Gretchen Sullivan Sorin, Director and Distinguished Service Professor at the Cooperstown Graduate Program and Mr. Richard Tomczak, PhD Candidate in History at Stony Brook University.
About: A talk about the research of our DyckmanDISCOVERED initiative, uncovering the lives of the enslaved who worked on the Dyckman farm. The lives of enslaved people of the Dyckman family shed light on the complex relationships forged in the environs of New York City and the transformation of slavery in the North.

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