Liberationist work in Religious Academia relies upon previously overlooked sources including archival work. Please notice the reposted initation to the event by the Amherstburg Freedom Mueum. This type of study may be of particular interest in Christian Ethics. The event features “Windsor’s Black Mecca: Recovering the Stories of the McDougall Street Corridor” on Sept 8th. Please contact them directly regarding the timezone.

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Please join us for our next Black History Series Presentation titled “Windsor’s Black Mecca: Recovering the Stories of the McDougall Street Corridor” with guest speaker University of Windsor Master’s Student @thecurlyhairedacademic . Willow Key will be talking about her research with @mcdougallstreetcorridorproject which documents the history of Windsor’s historic McDougall Street Corridor which was destroyed by postwar urban redevelopment. To join on September 8th, please go to http://ow.ly/uezL50K5ILw

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