You are invited to our next Wake Forest Community Table Gathering on June 23 at 6pm. This will be a walking tour on the Seminary Campus led by the Wake Forest Historical Museum.

We will move through three locations on the Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary Campus and explore what is "Seen and Unseen" in the heart of our Town.

Wake Forest University and Wake Forest Historical Museum partners will lead short historical talks at three different locations on campus that will address "Slavery on Campus," "Lost Cause and Jim Crow on Campus," and "Faith and Community on Campus" some of the subtopics will be the life of Thomas Jeffries, African American Labor on Campus in the 20th century and founding of African Chapel & Olive Branch. Then we will gather to discuss the tour in smaller table groups in the Fellowship Hall at Wake Forest Baptist Church. Learn more about our panel.

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