rental of historic content
public speaking (virtual)
visual media consultation
Rented historic photographs to the Maryland Sea Grant for the March edition of Chesapeake Quarterly for the article, "Baltimore's Captain" on the life and legacy of Capt. George W. Brown. The article can be read here.
Zoom Presentation to the E412 Class: LU Lions/Mentors at Lincoln University, Pennsylvania in Oxford, Pennsylvania, the nation's first historically Black college. Recorded presentation will be available soon.
WBAL 11 TV Hill with Jason Newton segment discussing the historic medical mistreatment of African Americans and its relation to the hesitancy surrounding the COVID-19 vaccine. Watch the segment here.
Provided historic content to the National Building Museum (Washington, D.C.) for their exhibit, Flickering Treasures. You can learn more about the exhibit and view the pictures here.
Rented four historic photographs for Dennis Halpin's book, A Brotherhood of Liberty: Black Reconstruction and its Legacies in Baltimore, 1865-1920
Wrote a review for Dr. David Pilgrim's book, Watermelons, Nooses, and Straight Razors: Stories from the Jim Crow Museum
Closing keynote speaker for June 2018 Pennsylvania Downtown Center Conference, Embracing Change and lead a tour of the West Chester Business Improvement District afterwards.
Lectured in the Spring 2017 Collections Remix class at Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore, MD) about historic African American connections to the university through artifacts from the Nanny Jack & Co Archives. Read more about it here.