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The Sallie Ellis Davis Memory Project

September 2014: 

"Black Women: Achievement Against the Odds" - this is part one of a two part exhibit exploring the achievements of African American Women.  Part one, which is showing for the month of September, examines achievements in the arts.  Part two explores the sciences and premiers in October.  This exhibit is put on in partnership with Allied Arts.

Oral Memory Project:  

The Davis House, in partnership with Georgia College 360, a student-run news program, is conducting a memory collecting project.  We are interviewing anyone who remembers Ms. Davis in order to better understand not only her life, but her impact on the people around her.  Interviews are recorded and will be used for archival purposes and for future exhibitions.  If you are interested in participating or know someone who might be interested please don't hesitate to contact Molly Randolph at 478-445-4545.  

Listen to the interview that Molly Randolph, Davis House curator, conducted on Georgia College's NPR station, WRGC (podcast).

View the first full length interview (video)  produced by Georgia College.

February 4, 2014 - Georgia's Women of Achievement featured the life story of Sallie Ellis Davis in their most recent video

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