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Speaking Culturally
Speaking Culturally
Andre Taylor

Speaking culturally will examine the recognition and preservation of cultural heritage in the United States. We also will look at trends in... more

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Episodes

Is A&T losing some of its cultural heritage with move to the Big South?

North Carolina A&T is leaving the MEAC and headed to the Big South in 2021. With the move, what elements... more

12 Feb 2020 · 19 minutes
What’s Next in Interpreting Slavery: Using the name of the enslaved brings their story to life

Public historian and historical interpreter Lacey Wilson concludes the series on how do we interpret slavery in America going forward.... more

24 Jan 2020 · 16 minutes
What’s Next in Interpreting Slavery: Michael Twitty explains where food fits in interpreting slavery

Food historian, educator, and award-winning author Michael Twitty explains how we can examine elements of slavery through the foods that... more

17 Jan 2020 · 24 minutes
What’s Next in Interpreting Slavery: ‘Intentionally seek descendent voices’

Hannah Scruggs, of the National Museum of African American History and Culture, is the latest guest on Speaking Culturally discussing... more

10 Jan 2020 · 19 minutes
What’s Next in Interpreting Slavery: Including dark history to the narrative

Richard Josey, founder and president of Collective Journeys, LLC, kicks off Speaking Culturally’s series, “What’s Next in Interpreting Slavery.” The... more

03 Jan 2020 · 22 minutes
Speaking Culturally Announces New Community Service Program

Preserving cultural heritage is the goal of Speaking Culturally. With this being the holiday season, Speaking Culturally has decided to... more

13 Dec 2019 · 7 minutes
Preserving Women’s Voices Through Quilting

Diana Bell-Kite, curator of cultural history at the North Carolina Museum of History, speaks about how women in the 18th... more

28 Nov 2019 · 12 minutes
Manifesting the African diaspora through agriculture

Introducing young, black inner-city males to the cultural heritage of African agricultural traditions is Kamal Bell's mission. Through his farm,... more

22 Nov 2019 · 16 minutes
The importance of including the history and heritage of LGBTQ+ people in interpreted spaces

An inclusive interpretation is critical to the success of any museum or historic site. Presently, despite very tangible connections to... more

15 Nov 2019 · 24 minutes
Preserving Gullah Geechee cultural heritage in the face of climate change and sea level rise

In our pilot episode of Speaking Culturally, we speak with Queen Quet, chieftess of the Gullah Geechee Nation. Queen Quet... more

08 Nov 2019 · 21 minutes
Speaking Culturally
Is A&T losing some of its cultural heritage with move to the Big South?
Speaking Culturally