Join local historian and author Susan Stessin-Cohn (NY) and educator Albert Cook (NY) for a timely and eye-opening presentation as we delve into the lives of enslaved people in the Hudson Valley of New York in the 18th and 19th centuries. Learn an often missing chapter of our local history and experience its profound implications for greater awareness and potential reconciliation in today’s world. Register in advance and receive the zoom link 48 hours before the event. Participants may ask their questions in the chat and will have access to re-watch the archived video of this event for a year! With our 2020 Fall Catskill Conversations, the Ashokan Center invites the local and global community to experience four diverse and interconnected discussions on nature, history, music, and art. This is part two of the four-part series.
In Defiance: Resistance and the Persistence of Racism in American History
Suggested Price: $10.00