Video of Session 4: A Community Project – Scarlet and Black in New Brunswick

Session 4 of the Scarlet and Black Virtual Symposium was recorded on April 30, 2021, and includes second-day opening remarks from Professor Marisa Fuentes.

This panel explores the public history and local community centered initiatives that have been developed through the Scarlet and Black Project. Panelists discuss the Mount Zion AME archival digitization project, the development of the project’s mobile app, campus historical markers, and the preservation of local history.

  • Pamela Walker, Scarlet and Black doctoral researcher
  • Kristin O’Brassill-Kulfan, Assistant Teaching Professor and Coordinator of Public History
  • Barbara Saunders, history coordinator and preservationist at the Mount Zion AME Church of New Brunswick
  • Brenann Sutter, Scarlet and Black doctoral researcher