Recorded on November 18 at PastForward 2016 in Houston, this TrustLive session built on conversations begun at PastForward 2015. Panelists discussed the role historic sites play in racial healing and social and environmental justice, exploring how places can help us uncover and tell the full American story. Documentary filmmaker John Valadez was joined by Afeefa Syeed of the Al Fatih Academy, Teresa Leger de Fernandez of Leger Law & Strategy, and Manuelito Wheeler of the Navajo Nation Museum.
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