Virtual Experiences.

We have developed new offerings in response
to the pandemic. View our new offerings on a new digital platform.

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CORPORATE LEADERSHIP SERIES


Developed and led by our Staff Historian, this series of classes entitled "The Legacy We Inherit" is critical complement to any organization’s diversity and equity work. Schedule one, two or three-hour presentation to better understand the root causes of social and racial injustices in this country.  

$2500 per presentation for up to 500 attendees. Discounted price of $2000 per presentation if you purchase 2 or more.

 
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Presenter: Dr. Willie Griffin, Staff Historian. Dr. Griffin has been with the Museum since 2018 after serving as an Assistant Professor of African American History at The Citadel. He holds a doctorate in U.S. history from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, master's and bachelor's degrees in history and African American studies from Morgan State University and Morehouse College respectively. 

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EXPLORE BROOKLYN


Developed and led by our Director of Exhibits and Programs, this class, entitled "Brooklyn: The Neighborhood That Was & The Neighborhood That Is" is perfect for small to mid-size groups. This discussion dives into Charlotte's Brooklyn neighborhood, once the most thriving and vibrant black community in the Carolinas, and explores a story that further segregated Charlotte.  

$500 per presentation for up to 150 attendees.

 
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Presenter: Eric Scott, Director of Exhibits and Programs. Eric has been with the museum since 2015 after serving as a Social Studies teacher in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools. He has a bachelor's degree in history from Appalachian State University and a master's degree in public history from the University of Louisiana. 

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INTERACTIVE EXHIBIT TOUR


Groups can now virtually participate in a guided tour of Levine Museum of the New South's Cotton Fields to Skyscrapers exhibit with our School Program Manager, Lindsay Fairbrother-Henige. Schedule this presentation for a deep dive into the evolution of Charlotte and the New South. Tours can also be customized for schools, adults & youth groups and families.

$150 per presentation for up to 85 attendees.

 
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Presenter: Lindsay Fairbrother-Henige, School Program Manager. Lindsay has been with the Museum since 2009 after serving as a Social Studies teacher in Gaston County Schools. She has a bachelor's degree in history and anthropology and a masters's degree in teaching, both from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 

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