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Proclaiming the Truth of Black Dignity with Jasmine Holmes

Proclaiming the Truth of Black Dignity with Jasmine Holmes

When pockets of resistance throughout history are glossed over and forgotten about, and curricula are revised to be more palatable, how is one to broaden their perception of American history in a way that does not do it a disservice? Returning guest, Jasmine Holmes, joins us to dive into the state of Black history education in America, and to discuss her new book, Crowned with Glory. Jasmine shares about Black abolitionists who fought for the dignity of their fellow mankind based on the principle that because people are created in God’s image, they have inherent dignity, worth, and human rights.

Special thanks to our guest, Jasmine Holmes, for joining us today.

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  • Host and Executive Producer: Sharon McMahon
  • Audio Producer: Jenny Snyder
  • Production Coordinator: Andrea Champoux

Guest

Guest

Jasmine Holmes

Jasmine L. Holmes is an educator, research assistant, and author of Carved in Ebony and Mother to Son. She creates public history resources for teachers and lifelong learners. Jasmine and her husband, Phillip, live in Jackson, Mississippi, with their three sons. Learn more at jasminelholmes.com