Virtual Discussion of
To Heal and to Harm
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|Start time:||7:00 PM|
|End time:||8:30 PM|
Atlanta History Center, Center for Civil and Human Rights, and the High Museum of Art
|Type:||Literary, Museums & Attractions|
Even as they were brutally forced from their homelands, enslaved Africans brought valuable medical and botanical knowledge with them to the Americas. Yale University historian Carolyn Roberts discusses how enslaved people contributed to medical and scientific knowledge in West Africa, the Caribbean, and the United States.
Join Atlanta History Center for a virtual Cherokee Garden Library Talk with Dr. Carolyn Roberts, author of To Heal and to Harm: Medicine, Knowledge, and Power in the Atlantic Slave Trade.
This event is free and open to the public.