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8:30-9:30   Registration, coffee and Federal Donuts

9:30-10:30 Workshop Session 1

    • “The Importance of the Counter Narrative” workshop with Ismael Jimenez (Room 1)
    • “Archives for the People: Documenting Counterculture and Community” workshop with Margery N. Sly (Room 2)
    • “Dismantling Power and Passive Engagement: Free Programming, Sharing Space, and Providing Resources” workshop with Ginevra Shay (Room 3)
10:45-11:45  Workshop Session 2

    • “Beyond Neutrality at Eastern State Penitentiary” workshop with Sean Kelley (Room 1)
    • “Avoiding the Seven Deadly Sins of Wikipedia: Understanding and Working with Wikipedia Culture” workshop with Mary Mark Ockerbloom (Room 2)
    • “Hearing Every Voice” workshop with Bob Skiba (Room 3)
12:00-1:00 Mama’s Falafel lunch (free!)

1:00-2:00 Keynote by Annie Polland

2:00-3:15 Afternoon Panel Session

“Using the Past to Orient the Future: Public History for Philly Schools” panel led by Ismael JimenezMonica Montgomery, Annie Polland and two Philadelphia students