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"The Journey to Separate But Equal"
Madame Josephine Dubuclet Decuir’s Quest for Racial Justice in the Reconstruction Era

Jul 31, 2021 02:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Julie Eshelman Lee
Director @Creole West
Julie E. Lee is Founder and Director of Creole West Productions and a historian specializing in Louisiana and Pointe Coupée Parish history. As historian - impassioned by the experiences of her ancestors who were founding families of both Louisiana and Pointe Coupée - she conducts rigorous well documented research to retrace the footprints of Louisiana's past and its place in the larger spectrum of history. As Director of Creole West Productions, Julie develops, authors, and produces projects that integrate innovative technology into edutainment - bringing history alive for all audiences. Julie is historian, author, developer and project director for all Creole West's projects. In addition, she consults for other innovative educational and entertainment ventures relative to Louisiana history.
Jack Beermann
Author | Educator @jackbeermann.com
Jack M. Beermann is professor of law and Harry Elwood Warren Scholar, Boston University School of Law, and the author of numerous articles on the legal history of the civil rights era. He is the author of "The Journey to Separate But Equal: Madame DeCuir's Quest for Racial Justice in the Reconstruction Era".