Behind Rosenwald Reinterpreted: A Digital Strategy of Interpretation of St. Johns Elementary School

Hannah Glatt
The 20th century brought great struggle and opportunity for African Americans in the South, and that heritage needs to be told to the public. One component to the complete history, especially concerning African American educational heritage is the Rosenwald Fund, which allowed rural African American elementary education to develop and helped create a constructed schooling landscape. Some of these Rosenwald Schools still stand today, but are vacant and unused by the communities surrounding them. St....
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