Sandra A. Arnold
Founder & Director
Sandra Arnold is a public historian from rural Tennessee where members of her family were once enslaved - and are survivors of the Jim Crow era. She earned her B.A. in History from Fordham University and is currently pursing a M.A. in public humanities (American Studies) at Brown University. Her career to date includes work in education, artist management, as well as cultural and media organizations including the Memphis Symphony Orchestra and Time Warner, Inc. She has also co-produced public programs with and presented at the United Nations and various schools and universities. Sandra's additional research and interests include modern day slavery, racial reconciliation, photography and filmmaking.
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