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Dynamic Dialogues Guest Lecture: ’Finding Hidden Figures in the Lowcountry’
Nikasha N Dicks
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Dynamic Dialogues Guest Lecture: ’Finding Hidden Figures in the Lowcountry’

Historic interpreter Crystal Kornickey will discuss “Silhouettes of Slavery: Finding Hidden Figures in the Lowcountry” during a virtual presentation on Wednesday, February 17 as part of Aiken Technical College’s Dynamic Dialogues Guest Lecture Series.

The event will be held at noon and is free and open to the public. To join the virtual event, visit Attendees may also participate by calling (571) 392-7650 and entering the PIN: 790 353 8929.

During the presentation, Kornickey will discuss the Slave Mart, the slave experience, and where to find “hidden figures” such as locations and relics of historical significance. She will also share how the community can get involved in various projects and the importance of supporting collective history efforts.

A native of Charleston, Kornickey’s interest in history led her to earn a City of Charleston Tour Guide license and employment at the Old Slave Mart Museum in Charleston.

She currently serves as a cataloging specialist at the Charleston County Public Library and is a member of the ensemble Ann Caldwell and the Magnolia Singers. Kornickey is also pursuing a Master of Library and Information Science from the University of South Carolina.

The Dynamic Dialogues Guest Lecture Series is in its fifth season and features discussions on various topics led by regional guest lecturers. All events in the series are free and open to the public.

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