February 19, 2020

Fire and Freedom(HVCC) Historian, Lava Nahon – Part 2

The Hudson Mohawk Magazine Network Roaming Labor Correspondent, Willie Terry, attended Hudson Valley Community College, Voices: A Library Lecture Series on “Fire and Freedom and Enslavement in Early American” a traveling exhibit on February 5th. In this segment, he spoke to historian Lavada Nahon as she compared the depiction of Mount Vernon with the unique food culture of colonial New York in the times of enslavement in colonial Virginia. Part 2

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