As I had hoped, the Black Life at Hanford exhibit finally caught the eye of press in the Tri-Cities! Thankfully Annette Cary from the Herald was able to make it out to Seattle and see the exhibit. She managed to get a great photo of visitors in the exhibit too! Hopefully this article will continue to spark more interest from other museums and institutions in the Tri-Cities, and encourage more open conversations about this moment in its history and how African Americans experienced life here. Read Annette's write-up here.
Back in November, I had the pleasure of sharing The Atomic Frontier: Black Life at Hanford with Charles Mudede from The Stranger. Here, he shares some of the highlights of the exhibition and some key insights about what it was like for African Americans to work on such an important project in our nation's history.Read More
I was asked to participate in a "New Member Spotlight" of sorts upon joining the American Association of State and Local History recently. Check out my profile and read up on what I had to say about the importance of museums and history.