Blog Series: Interpreting Slavery

By Forum Online posted 03-30-2016 12:07

  

Visitors watching "Liberty to Go to See" at Cliveden. | Credit: National Trust for Historic Preservation

For the last two decades, historic sites around the country have been engaged in a steady, thoughtful  discussion about slavery and race. This conversation isn’t always comfortable or easy, but it happens consistently and it happens with the authenticity and veracity that can only happen in an old place, in a place where history happened and history is preserved and history is connected to the present. In this series the Preservation Leadership Forum blog takes a look at National Trust Historic Sites and how their interpretation of slavery has evolved and changed over the years.

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