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Saturday, October 30 • 1:05pm - 2:00pm
Family Learning Through Family Memory Books: Life Stories of a Black American Family

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ABSTRACT:
A tool for learning family history, cultivating values and relationships, and creating legacy; family memory books include photos, documents, newspaper clippings, and more. Presenter shares findings of an ethnographic study documenting the life stories of several generations in a Black American family. Expect dialogue, resources, and recommendations for practice.

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Kimberly Thornton

Director of Graduate Admissions, St. Mary's University
Kimberley Thornton is Director of Graduate Admissions at St. Mary’s University in Texas. She is a doctoral candidate in the APCE Program at Texas State University. Her research interests focus on life histories of Black American families through a Critical Race Theory lenses. She... Read More →


Saturday October 30, 2021 1:05pm - 2:00pm CDT

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