How did slavery evolve in Mexico, Texas, and the U.S. in the early 1800s? In honor of Black History Month, The Alamo Addresses: Slavery in Texas, Mexico, and the U.S. from 1820 – 1846 – An Interactive Discussion will allow participants to learn more about how slavery factored into the time-period before and after the Texas Revolution. 
Carey Latimore, Ph.D., Associate Professor of History at Trinity University and author of the Alamo’s report on Civil Rights in San Antonio: WWII to 1960’s, will discuss how slavery was changing in Mexico, Texas and the U.S during the early 19th century. Hosted by Texas Representative Barbara Gervin-Hawkins, this event will feature an interactive Q&A session with virtual participants in real-time. News 4 SA reporter Robyn Oguinye will serve as the moderator for the Q&A session.

Event Information

Tuesday, February 9, 2021
6:30 pm (CST)
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This event will be a free virtual, online-only event via Zoom. Spots for live participants will be limited, so book your spot today. Viewers will be able to submit questions directly to Dr. Latimore during the Q&A portion on the final portion of the program. The full presentation will be available for viewing on the Official Alamo YouTube page following the event.