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Sisterhood/Social Advocacy Program - Shared screen with speaker view
Stacey Chazin (she/her)
46:56
Thank you for that warm welcome, Cynthia!
Cliff and Marcia
55:23
I don't have any sound. Am I the only one?
Stacey Chazin (she/her)
55:33
We can still hear.
Cliff and Marcia
55:44
Got it!
Jocelyn Auerbach Klein
57:45
Dr. Still is buried in Mt. Laurel on the church grounds where his family belonged.
Stacey Chazin (she/her)
58:24
So interesting. Thanks for sharing that, Jocelyn.
Cindy Mullock
01:00:12
True! William Still is a native son of New Jersey! His brother, Dr. James Still, was called the “Black Doctor of the Pines.” https://www.nj.com/burlington/2016/02/the_hidden_endangered_history_of_the_black_doctor.html
Stacey Chazin (she/her)
01:18:45
Please post any questions you have here in the chat.
Lindsay Kee
01:18:50
Thank you for this fascinating tour! Question: How many people escaped slavery on the Underground Railroad?
Zach Oppenheimer
01:20:59
does the museum have any affiliation with the African American museum in Washington, D.C.?
Jocelyn Auerbach Klein
01:23:28
Is there any coordination between the museum and the state to provide virtual tours to public school students? Cherry Hill Public Schools recently incorporated an African-American Studies requirement for all students. This is a remarkable local resource! Also, with legislation passed in the Senate to declare Juneteenth a national holiday, coordination with learning communities throughout the state would be timely.
Jocelyn Auerbach Klein
01:26:45
Has there been any discussion of links between Caucasian families in Cape May and slave holding?
Eileen Gaglia
01:45:17
Everyone speaks of the history of the African Americans, but what was their history in Africa? How did they come to be sold into slavery?
Beth Chernoff
01:46:28
@laurenshenfield - Please repeat the name of the Jewish man involved in black colleges....
Lindsay Kee
01:51:02
Okay, thank you!
Jocelyn Auerbach Klein
01:51:42
The South lost an estimated 100,000 slaves to the Underground Railroad between 1810 and 1850. https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/aia/part4/4p2944.html
Lindsay Kee
01:52:12
Thank you!
Beth Chernoff
01:52:25
So nice to see Harriet Tubman get her much due acknowledgement. She was remarkable.
Jocelyn Auerbach Klein
01:52:55
Obituary of Chauncey Wadell
Jocelyn Auerbach Klein
01:52:56
https://www.nytimes.com/1984/07/03/obituaries/chauncey-waddell-investment-banker-and-philanthropist.html
Darcy G (she/her)
01:53:28
Thank you for including us tonight! From the Temple Har Zion Social Justice Committee :-)
Joel and Lauren Rudin
01:53:50
Yasher koach! This was phenomenal. Thanks for producing this program
Stacey Chazin (she/her)
01:54:14
It’s wonderful to see some new faces here tonight. Thanks to the non-TBS’ers for joining us :)
Sue Baelen
01:54:40
excellent program thank you
Arlene & Alan Blocher
01:57:24
Wonderful program. Thanks
Jocelyn Auerbach Klein
01:57:32
May we continue to learn and grow together. Kol Ha’Kavod - well done to the village supporting tonight’s event. 👏🏼❤️
Darcy G (she/her)
01:57:39
Bend the Arc: Jewish Action South Jersey is recruiting young Jewish adults age 22-32 for our Jeremiah Project leadership and organizational training. If you know any young progressive Jewish adults, email bendthearcjasouthjersey@gmail.com - todah rabah!
Jackie Goldstein
01:57:56
Excellent program! All the speakers were just wonderful!!!
Susan Cohen
01:58:54
Thank you very much for a very interesting program!