The Power and Place Collaborative seeks to examine the power-laden processes of place production and cultivate participatory practice of community co-creation.
The Power + Place Collaborative is a partnership between the African American Cultural Arts & History Museum, Elon University, and the Mayco Bigelow Community Center. Since the fall of 2020, the Collaborative has been creating digital stories about people and places in Burlington’s African American communities. The purpose of this project is to record, preserve, and present stories from and about people and places in Burlington’s African American communities.
Poster featuring April Mitchell
These stories were collected by the Power and Place Collaborative in order to preserve and share stories from and about people and places in…
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An interview with Celo Faucette conducted by Claire Quinlivan, Marissa Tedeschi, and Lindsey La Sasso in 2022.
An interview with Dreama Calwell conducted by Elissa Rizzom Lauren Berray, and Anna Altmann in fall of 2020
An interview with Tony Foriest conducted by Hannah Higgins and Maddie Andres.
An interview with Rosalyn Crisp conducted by Hana Hawthorneand Rachel Brandes.