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The Complexities of Memory: A Case Study About Inclusion

Join Chanell Lowery for a presentation on the desegregation of the textile manufacturing industry in the town of Bowdon, GA. Her presentation is the result of graduate research she did at the University of West Georgia. The presentation will introduce attendees to the Bowdon Georgia Spur Project through the lenses of both decolonizing and community narratives using oral histories.
This lecture is free for members. $7 for not yet members.

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Get To Know The Speaker

Headshot of Chanell Lowery at a horse derby in a paisley top and a wide-brimmed hat

I am a first generation college student that is constantly trying to be a better woman than I was yesterday. I began my college career at the age of twenty-five with a ninth grade education and a GED. I obtained my masters degree in History, which has allowed me to help tell the stories of marginalized communities in the South. In turn, assisting communities in telling their stories has helped me navigate my own story and how we all truly deserve the pursuit of decolonizing our own narratives.

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