Georgia Southwestern students attend history conference

Ten Georgia Southwestern State University (GSW) students attended the Middle Georgia State University History Conference on Novemver 16, making the largest contingent from any campus. Eight of these students read original research papers on diverse topics including African American slave narratives, the Vietnam War, Koinonia Farm's regional history, art education in China, and Christian youth activism in the 1960s. The trip was supported through GSW's High Impact Opportunity Grant program. Participants included Dr. Susan Bragg, Ekele Kamalu, JR Jones, Christian Abercrombie, Chasity Higdon, Makayla Graham, Nikki Kadima, Nicole Marchant, Taylor Potter, Jonah Dodson, and Carlos Sanchez.

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