Film, Video Daisy Turner's Kin: An African-American Family Saga
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- Daisy Turner's Kin: An African-American Family Saga
- Daisy Turner (1883-1988), born in Grafton, Vermont and the daughter of freed African American slaves, grew up listening to her father, Alec, tell stories of his family's heritage. Over the course of numerous interviews Daisy shared her own life story, one of discrimination, resilience and strength. This talk considers Daisy Turner's narrative in terms of memory and within a larger canvas of social, cultural and historical events.
- Event Date
- February 17, 2016
- Related Resources
- American Folklife Center: https://www.loc.gov/folklife/
- Running Time
- 1 hours 1 minutes 41 seconds
- Online Format
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