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Revealing slavery’s legacy at a public university in the south (Part 3)

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In the final post of this series, we consider how the “Slavery at South Carolina College” project has been received. The most important effects have been local. The website has acted as a catalyst that has increased awareness of slavery at the university and an interest among students and faculty in speaking plainly about that history. Read More

Impacts and outcomes: Learning to measure success

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We are just passing that time of year when my team at The Trustees of Reservations  transitions out of our high season and into the relative quiet of the winter. With a busy program season for our historic homes from around April to October and a budget planning season starting in December, I have about two months in the fall to review all of the data that we have collected. Read More