Essays from the Wake Forest University Slavery, Race and Memory Project
Edited by Corey D.B. Walker
TABLE OF CONTENTS
- Foreword — Corey D.B. Walker
- Beyond Nostalgia: Towards an Inclusive Pro Humanitate — Anthony S. Parent, Jr.
- An Apology — Nathan O. Hatch
- From the Forest of Wake to Wake Forest College — Andrew McNeill Canaday
- Defending the Indefensible: Wake Forest, Baptists and the Bible — Bill Leonard
- The Waits, Women and Slavery — Mary Tribble
- Reflections on the Original Wake Forest College Campus and Cemetery — Derek Hicks
- Examining Our Past, Enriching Our Future: The Slavery, Race and Memory Project at Wake Forest University — Kami Chavis and Tim Pyatt
- Lest We Forget — Jonathan L. Walton
- Selected Bibliography and University Archival Resources
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