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#COVIDintheSOUTH

April 29, 2020

What are the impacts and responses to COVID-19 in the South? Our #COVIDintheSouth series provides perspectives from scholars and community partners on responses to the global pandemic here in the South. In many ways, the global pandemic highlights how connected … Continued

#COVIDintheSOUTH: Imagining What My Ancestors Would Do

April 21, 2020

On the air with WUNC Radio WUNC Radio’s Frank Stasio spoke with Malinda Maynor Lowery about the lessons we learn from those who came before us. It’s a discussion science fiction, scripture, and how Lumbee “outlaw” hero Henry Berry Lowrie … Continued

#COVIDintheSouth: Social Distancing in the Age of Assimilation

April 16, 2020

#COVIDintheSouth The Future and Truth Telling UNC alumna Mikaela Morgane Adams, highlights Indigenous history to reveal connections between the South and the world. Dr. Adams, Assistant Professor of Native American History at the University of Mississippi and author of Who Belongs?: … Continued

#COVIDintheSOUTH: Stella Foust Carden

April 16, 2020

Voices in Crisis As we see with the COVID-19 pandemic, families often stay together in times of crisis. In this excerpt from the Southern Oral History program we hear from a family in the rural South how they endured the … Continued

#COVIDintheSOUTH: Henry T. Clark

April 16, 2020

Voices in Crisis News media have always held the role of informing the public of health workers’ essential work during pandemics. In this excerpt from the Southern Oral History Program, learn how hospitals in the South found an ally in … Continued