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Identifying Enslaved Peoples’ Agency and Resistance in the Built Environments of the Antebellum South’s Cotton Plantations

McKissick Museum’s Lunch & Learn program continues March 27 from noon to 1 p.m. with Zoie Anderson-Horecny, undergraduate student in the College of Arts & Sciences. This research presentation, Identifying Enslaved Peoples’ Agency and Resistance in the Built Environments of the Antebellum South’s Cotton Plantations, will provide a look into the exhibition, In Cotton High and Low. Bring your lunch and learn from the best! Seating is limited.