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Curated Conversations: Career Reflections with educator Bertha Boykin Todd (event)

Screenshot from a video interview with Bertha Boykin Todd. Video by Paul Charles

Join us for a conversation and book signing with North Carolina-based author and retired educator Bertha Boykin Todd. A longtime resident and school administrator in Wilmington, N.C., Todd will discuss her career, which began in 1952, as an educator including working through desegregation in the 1960s and 1970s. She will be in conversation with consultant and Black On Black Project founder Michael S. Williams, partner on the ongoing Lost in Transition project with the NCMA that celebrates the history of Black educators in North Carolina.

Attendees will get a free, signed copy of Todd’s most recent book and a box lunch following the conversation. Attendees will have a chance to chat more with Ms. Todd and peers during lunch. This event is free but registration is required. 

Join us on May 6:

Start: 05/06/2023 11:00 am
End: 05/06/2023 1:00 pm
East Building, Studio 1
Free, registration required