In this webinar, the TIM research team reflects on interviews conducted with legendary Virginia educators. Panelists discuss how these educators' pedagogy and community work were instrumental forms of activism during the movement and beyond. They also describe their oral history methods. This webinar was co-sponsored by the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH) Richmond organizing branch, ASALH of Central Virginia, Desegregation of Virginia Education (DOVE), and AARP Virginia.
Derrick Alridge, Professor & Director of Teachers in the Movement
Michelle Evans Oliver, President of ASALH Richmond Organizing Branch
Carmen Foster, Research Associate & Consultant with Teachers in the Movement
Danielle Wingfield-Smith, Postdoctoral Scholar, Associate Director of Teachers in the Movement
Alexis Johnson, Graduate Research Assistant with Teachers in the Movement