Terry Buffington Visiting Scholar Lewis Clark State College

October 18, 2023 – February 28, 2024

January of this year Lewis Clark State College contacted the Terry Buffington Foundation to inquire if Prof. Buffington would interested in being a guest speaker at LCSC Black History Experience https://www.lcsc.edu/news/2023/02/01/lc-state-sets-black-history-experience-events on February 23, 2023. Here is the link to the blog

This Fall Lewis Clark State College Division of Humanities and Center for Teaching & Learning organized several staff/faculty workshops, conversations and events https://www.lcsc.edu/teaching-learning/upcoming-events
The Terry Buffington Foundation was honored when LCSC asked Prof. Buffington to be a visiting scholar from, October 18 -2023 – February 28, 2024!
Her residency included teaching with primary sources, the Terry Buffington Papers 1952-2014, for staff and faculty, the James Baldwin Papers analysis and conversation with students, Plenty Good Room: Spirituals, Civil Rights & Gospel Music concert and the LCSC premier of FUNDI: The Story of Ella Baker.

October 18, 2023 -Teaching with Primary Sources. Center for Teaching & Learning (in person)
October 18, 2023 – Overview of the James Baldwin Papers. Classroom presentation (in person)
November 5, 2023 – Plenty Good Room: Spirituals, Civil Rights & Gospel Music. St. James Episcopal Church, Pullman WA (in person)
December 5, 2023 – Plenty Good Room: Spirituals, Civil Rights & Gospel Music.

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