Moton’s Friday lunch series “has a lot on the menu”

Farmville Herald editor Ken Woodley recently published an article that captures the spirit of the museum’s Brown Bag Lunch Series.  In “Brown Bags of Healing: Moton Museum’s Fridays at Noon,” Woodley writes:

“The Moton Museum’s Fridays At Noon brown bag lunch series has a lot on the menu.

History.

Healing.

Forgiveness and reconciliation.

A nucleus of just over a dozen individuals attends the series, which began in the spring, bringing their lunch with them. They listen to a StoryCorps oral history interview with a local resident and then talk about what they heard and what they feel about it.

They hear and feel a great deal. […]”

Click here to read the rest of this story at The Farmville Herald Online.
Click here to download a PDF copy of the story.
Click here for a schedule and more information on our Brown Bag Lunch Series.

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