Articles featuring CTTT Members
Joseph McGill takes his Slave Dwelling Project to the Bush-Holley House in Greenwich, CT, and is joined by CTTT members Grant Hayter-Menzies, Dionne Ford and Dave Pettee. Here is an article from a Greenwich, CT news outlet. Experiencing a Touch of Slave Life at Bush-Holley House – Greenwich Time. Greenwich, CT.
And here are blog postings: Sons of Former Slaves, and Sons of Former Slave Owners and Slave Dwelling Project Accounts from the Attic About Our Freedom.
And video: Excerpts from Slaves in the Attic Panel Discussion and Excerpts from Slaves in the Attic – Overnight Conversations
CTTT member Grant Hayter-Menzies meets with descendants of Guy Drock, a man enslaved by his family in Connecticut in the mid-1700s. Descendants of Norwich slave, owner meet
CTTT members Bernadine Anderson and Jeff Fracher, descendants of slave and slaveholder from a Louisiana plantation, built a friendship by sharing family stories. Free to Form a New Bond – The Daily Progress. Charlottesville, Virginia.
Coming to the Table supports the production of a documentary about a Virginia African American high school. Community member Cynthia Boteler manages the project. Documentary Film Shares Stories of Community and Life at Local African American School – The Rockbridge Weekly. Lexington, Virginia.
CTTT members Betty and Phoebe Kilby share their family’s story. When Kin of Slaves and Owners Meet. CNN Online