CADRE Conference Special Session: Telling Their Story - 100 Years Since the Tulsa Race Massacre
CADRE Conference Special Session
Telling Their Story - 100 Years Since the Tulsa Race Massacre
This is a special session as part of the 2021 Coalition for Advancing Digital Research and Education (CADRE) conference at Oklahoma State University. Registration is free and for the entire conference. Register online here.
Join faculty and scholars who work intimately with data collection and dissemination to share the story of the Tulsa Race Massacre throughout Tulsa and the Oklahoma region. The group will include panel discussion, sharing of resources, and practical advice for additional research and lessons to learn from the study of and look beyond the events of the Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921.
- Dewayne Dickens (host/organizer), Director of Culturally Responsive Practices for Tulsa Community College
- Shanedra D. Nowell, Associate Professor of Social Studies Education at Oklahoma State University
- Kristen Marangoni, Assistant Professor of English as well as Service-Learning Coordinator at Tulsa Community College
- Patrice-Andre "Max" Prud'homme, Director of Digital Curation for University Archives for Oklahoma State University – Stillwater
- Mikeal Vaughn, Founder and Executive Director of Urban Coders Guild
- Marc Carlson, Director of Special Collections and University Archives, McFarlin Library, The University of Tulsa
- Carlos Moreno, Senior graphic designer at CAP Tulsa
- Meg Sutherland, Co-founder Spark Collaborative
- Lynn Wallace, Library Director at OSU-Tulsa and Co-Owner at Impulse Creations, Inc