The Garden District Revisited – EP 195
Creating a More Inclusive Experience: Incorporating Slavery into Garden District Tours with Christine Miller and Karen Fernandez
Join tour guides Christine Miller and Karen Fernandez as they dive deep into the history of the Garden District, uncovering the often overlooked role of slavery in its development. From the architectural landmarks built by enslaved people to the complex narratives of the neighborhood, this tour will leave you questioning the stories you thought you knew. Are you ready to confront the uncomfortable truths of the past?
In this episode, you will be able to:
- Discover the hidden stories of the Garden District that reveal the impact of slavery, shedding light on a crucial chapter of New Orleans’ history.
- Explore the historical and architectural significance of the Garden District, unlocking the secrets behind its unique charm and beauty.
The Historic New Orleans Collection
Support comes from The Historic New Orleans Collection, the city’s premiere history museum, located at five twenty Royal Street in the heart of the French Quarter.
Check out their online publication called First Draft. Its’ a combination blog and online exhibition space. hnoc.org/firstdraft
Their permanent exhibit on French Quarter life is an immersive experience worth a visit. As always, the Historic New Orleans Collection is free. It’s somehow continues to fly under the radar, but should not be missed.
Go to HNOC.org/Visit to plan your trip.
Accidental Cajun Photography
If you own a copy of the Beyond Bourbon St travel guide, you’ve seen the work of James Cullen of Accidental Cajun Photography.
Whether it’s portraits, events, weddings or lifestyle or photojournalism, Accidental Cajun Photography provides quality and value.
James also offers photography instruction and sells his fine art prints at TheAccidentalCajun.com. For inquiries email at email@example.com.
Thanks to Christine Miller and Karen Fernandez for joining me today. Thanks also to our podcast editor Joel Sharpton from Pro Podcast Services.
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