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A former associate pastor at a small Pentecostal church in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Joshua originally hails from Nashville, Tennessee. He currently lives in Washington, D. Jennifer Scott Jennifer Scott writes and lectures on arts and civic engagement internationally.
Inthe U. State Department in Berlin invited her to speak throughout Germany on heritage, the role of public memory, and civil rights. More recently, she spoke at the Museum of London, Docklands, on social responsibility, cultural sustainability and participatory strategies for museums.
At Weeksville, she conducted historical and curatorial research on 19th- and early 20th-century communities; co-curated exhibitions; launched an oral history project and supervised all collections and preservation initiatives.
She produced in-depth historical profiles for a free public database. Black Intellectuals, the Atlantic World and Beyond. The Rain Forest Rescue program helps save threatened tropical forests.
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Margaret Beale Spencer specializes in adolescent psychology, with a research emphasis on resiliency, identity, and competence formation. Her work has focused on the cognitive and socio-emotional aspects of development, particularly with young people of color and from low-resource family backgrounds.
Margaret is also currently working on several research projects and several publications which are in the process of being completed. Some of her most recent publications are; Spencer, M. Opportunities and challenges for the development of healthy children and youth living in diverse communities.
Transitioning from Minority to Majority Environments. Cartman is a father, son, brother, uncle, thinker, writer, therapist, photographer, and drummer. He is a Chicago native, where his cultural and educational foundations were firmly planted by several African-centered institutions and communities.
Cartman works as a trauma focused clinician and restorative justice coach with H. He also conducts trainings for adults and workshops with youth about maintaining good mental health, critical analysis of hip-hop and media, racial and cultural identity, developing authentic manhood, and healthy relationships.
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