The LWVVC is delighted by present this moving program with speaker Trent Tomengo, Professor of Humanities at Seminole State College of Florida in Sanford where he teaches African American Humanities, Renaissance and Baroque Humanities and Medieval Humanities.
Knowing the truth behind key historical moments has the ability to realign popular attitudes in our contemporary time. This discussion-oriented presentation by artist and Professor of Humanities, Trent Tomengo will focus on how the emancipation of Black people in America has been commemorated through visual art, literature and music created by Black people. It will also address the lasting impression these artistic media leave on our collective memory and why remembering is vital to the quality of our lives.
This is a virtual meeting. All participants must pre-register by contacting Ann Smith at ahsmith5 [at] bellsouth.net but Thursday, Oct. 22.