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Pittsburgh and the Great Migration: Black Mobility and the Automobile

As a Publication Assistant and a Research Assistant for the Frick Pittsburgh, I researched and obtained photography credits for the Pittsburgh and the Great Migration Exhibit which opened on May 6, 2023 in the Car and Carriage Museum. In addition, I created a timeline of both known and obscure African American events that coincided with the first and second waves of the Great Migration from 1915-1955, which is a feature part of the exhibit. I also served as a proofreader and oversaw due dates for the accompanying museum catalog entitled Pittsburgh and the Great Migration: Black Mobility and the Automobile.

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The Frick Pittsburgh: Clayton Reinterpretation

As the inaugural Chip Burke Family Research Fellow for the Frick Pittsburgh, I researched the lives of African Americans who lived in Pittsburgh during the Gilded Age. This research aided in the re-imagination of Clayton Mansion to include a more inclusive story of the men and women living outside the grandeur of families such as the Fricks.


Oral Histories: The Elsinore Bennu Think Tank

More information coming soon!

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The Intersection of Race and Disability Project

As Project Scholar for the Western Pennsylvania Disability History and Action Consortium's Intersection of Race and Disability Project,  I researched, documented, and collected the oral histories of five BIPOCs from Western Pennsylvania who llive att the intersection of race and disability.

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The Larimer Corner Stories Project

As the oral historian for the Larimer Cornerstories Project, I am capturing the stories six residents of the Larimer neighborhood in Pittsburgh, to discover the Larimer of the past, present, and future.

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