User:LumaNatic

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Wikimedian-In-Residence[1][edit]

  1. September 2018 - present: Columbia University, where I'm an Oral History Masters candidate and Research Scholar at the School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS)'s CGUI Lab
    1. Launched two new WikiProjects at WikiConference North America 2018 in Ohio at Ohio State University Libraries:
      1. Mapping Freedom (my Masters thesis): mapping all of the freedom colonies that resisted Western colonialism to create the original "Resistance" and the initial "safe spaces."
      2. WikiHBCU/DIO - an initiative to establish a Wiki presence at [H]istorically [B]lack [C]olleges, [U]niversities & [D]epartments [I]nstitutions & [O]rganizations throughout the planet to increase the equity, parity and inclusion rates of Wikimedia tools and platforms.
    2. WikiProject Columbia University
    3. WikiProject HBCU/DIO [2][2][2][2][2][2][2][1]
    4. WikiProject Data Science
    5. WikiProject Oral History[3]
    6. WikiProject Ivy League

Wikipedia Fellow[4][edit]

  1. Oct 2018 - present: Columbia University, sponsored by the Wikipedia Education program

Creations[edit]

  1. PROJECTS
    1. WikiProject Data Science
    2. WikiProject Oral History
    3. WikiProject HBCU/DIO
    4. WikiProject Ivy League
    5. WikiProject White Supremacy
    6. WikiProject Slavery
    7. WikiProject Freedom Colonies
  2. ARTICLES
    1. Apoorv Om
    2. JoAnn Haysbert
    3. Hampton University Museum
    4. William R. Harvey
  3. CATEGORIES
    1. Category:African-American university presidents
    2. Category:African-American professors
    3. Category:Ivy League presidents
    4. Category:Female university presidents
    5. Category:African-American university administrators
    6. Category:African-American football quarterbacks
    7. Category:African-American Ivy League academics
    8. Category:African-American Ivy League alumni
  1. DRAFTS
    1. Freedom Colonies
    2. Shankle and McBride family

EVENTS[edit]

Current & Upcoming[edit]

  1. Houston Center for Photography Wikipedia Project Elbert Howze Freedmen Towns Edit-a-thon in partnership with AfroCROWD
Houston Center for Photography, Texas
The AfroCROWD User Group
When and Where
DateJune 6, 2019
Time6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Address1441 West Alabama Houston, Texas 77006

The Houston Center for Photography and the AfroCROWD User Group are pleased to bring you the Elbert Howze Exhibit and Houston Freedom Towns Wikipedia Edit-a-thon.

The aim of this edit-a-thon is to improve and add content about African American and Houston area photographer Elbert Howze along with information about the Houston area freemen towns to Wikipedia. Wikipedia is the world's largest encyclopedia and the 6th most visited website online.

Elbert Howze Photo

Past[edit]

  1. Western North Carolina's first ever Oral History Record-and-Edit-a-thon with the 121st anniversary of the Baird-Beard Reunion, University of North Carolina at Asheville, AfroCrowd, and the Asheville-Buncombe County African American Historical Society in Asheville, North Carolina
  2. First ever Wiki Oral Knowedge Record-A-Thon & Edit-A-Thon, with AfroCrowd, Wikitongues, Whose Knowledge?, Wikimedia New York City & LaGuardia Community College, in NYC

Interests[edit]

  1. Race/ism[5][6][7]
    1. Racialization[8][9]
      1. freedom colonies: communities founded by people the world over rejecting Western colonialism’s white supremacy race/ism by escaping and creating “colonies of freedom."
        1. maroon colonies
        2. freedom towns/freedom settlements,
        3. freedmen towns/freedmen settlements/black towns
        4. Category:Freedom Colonies
      2. AfroCROWD's Oral Knowledge initiative
        1. Western North Carolina's first ever Oral History Record-and-Edit-a-thon with the 121st anniversary of the Baird-Beard Reunion, University of North Carolina at Asheville, AfroCrowd, and the Asheville-Buncombe County African American Historical Society in Asheville, North Carolina
        2. First ever Wiki Oral Knowedge Record-A-Thon & Edit-A-Thon, with AfroCrowd, Wikitongues, Whose Knowledge?, Wikimedia New York City & LaGuardia Community College, in NYCsystemic and institutional bias of the narrative, lens and perspective
      3. Category:White supremacists[10]
        1. Category:White supremacy by country
          1. Category:American white supremacists
            1. Category:White supremacy in North America
              1. Jeffery Amherst, 1st Baron Amherst
                1. Amherst College
                2. Amherst, Massachusetts
                3. Amherst, New York
                  1. Category:White supremacy in the United States
                    1. Category:American slave owners
                      1. Slavery in the Northern United States
                        1. List of slave owners
                          1. North Carolina
                            1. Zebulon Baird Vance
                          2. New York
                            1. Long Island
                              1. Sylvester family
                                1. Sylvester Manor[11][12]
                          3. Alabama
                            1. Klepper/Clepper (Clipper) family[13]
                            2. Huson/Huston/Houston family[14]
          2. Category:French White Supremacists
            1. Arthur de Gobineau
      4. Category:Populated places established by African Americans
        1. Shankleville, Tx
          1. Shankle-McBride Family
          2. Odom Family
          3. Strahan Family
          4. Perkins Family
        2. Blackdom, NM
          1. Boyer Family
          2. Clipper/Clepper Family
        3. Vado, NM
        4. Boley, Ok
        5. Rock Hill (Asheville), NC[15]
        6. Petersburg (Asheville), NC
        7. Brooklyn (Asheville), NC
        8. Old Shiloh (Asheville), NC[16][17]
        9. [New] Shiloh (Asheville), NC[18]
      5. "Black" family reunions
        1. Baird Reunion, est. 1897 (Asheville, North Carolina)
        2. Flack-Council-Coleman Reunion, est. 1917 (Asheville, North Carolina)
      6. ”Black” Appalachia/Highlanders
        1. Buncombe County, North Carolina
          1. Asheville[19]
            1. Edward W. Pearson Sr.
          2. Weaverville[20]
      7. Slavery in Appalachia[21]
        1. Buncombe County, North Carolina[22]
          1. Asheville[23]
            1. Vance family[24]
            2. Baird (Beard) family
            3. Weaver family
            4. Swain family
            5. Davidson family
            6. Patton family
            7. Woodfin family
      8. The “black” history of Biltmore Estate[25]
      9. "Black" agricultural traditions (black farms)
        1. East Texas
        2. Deep East Texas
        3. Western North Carolina
      10. "Black" confederate pensioners
  2. WikiEarth - documenting the history of every plot of land on earth

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Wikipedian in Residence - Outreach Wiki". outreach.wikimedia.org. Retrieved 2019-02-10.
  2. ^ "Submissions:2018/WikiHBCU - WikiConference North America". wikiconference.org. Retrieved 2019-02-08.
  3. ^ "Wikimedia to the Rescue? How Wikipedia's Crowdsourcing Model Could Catalyze the Field of Oral History". Oral History Master of Arts. Retrieved 2019-02-10.
  4. ^ "GSAS Student News: November 2018". gsas.columbia.edu. Retrieved 2018-12-23.
  5. ^ Changing of the Gods (2016-09-10), The Invention of Whiteness with john a. powell, retrieved 2018-11-25
  6. ^ "Racecraft: The Soul of Inequality in American Life". Journal of American History. 102 (4): 1150–1151. 2016-02-22. doi:10.1093/jahist/jav733. ISSN 0021-8723.
  7. ^ "Making America White Again". The New Yorker. Retrieved 2018-11-25.
  8. ^ Morrison, Toni (November 21, 2016). "Making America White Again". The New Yorker. Retrieved 2018-11-18.
  9. ^ "Racecraft: The Soul of Inequality in American Life". Princeton African American Studies. 2018-07-09. Retrieved 2018-11-25.
  10. ^ UnderstandingRace (2009-07-13), The Story of Race: A History, retrieved 2018-11-25
  11. ^ Ciabattari, Jane (2013-07-16). "The House that Slavery Built". The Daily Beast. Retrieved 2018-08-05.
  12. ^ Griswold, Mac (2013-07-02). The Manor: Three Centuries at a Slave Plantation on Long Island (1st Edition edition ed.). Farrar, Straus and Giroux. ISBN 9780374266295.CS1 maint: Extra text (link)
  13. ^ "History of Clepper family discussed - The Andalusia Star-News". The Andalusia Star-News. 2008-08-15. Retrieved 2018-08-05.
  14. ^ Wood, Margarette Hall (1990). The history of John Huson from North Carolina to Alabama, his Huson/Huston/Houston descendants, and the allied pioneer families of Clepper, Robinson, Deen and Gilmore. Baltimore: Gateway Press.
  15. ^ "History". Shiloh Community Association. Retrieved 2018-08-05.
  16. ^ "History". Shiloh Community Association. Retrieved 2018-08-05.
  17. ^ "More Than Biltmore | endeavors". endeavors.unc.edu. Retrieved 2018-08-05.
  18. ^ "History of Cemetery". South Asheville Cemetery Association. Retrieved 2018-08-05.
  19. ^ "Carolina Digital Repository - Life Beneath The Veneer: The Black Community in Asheville, North Carolina from 1793 to 1900". cdr.lib.unc.edu. Retrieved 2018-08-05.
  20. ^ "Learning about the African American Community in Asheville". MelibeeGlobal. 2014-10-29. Retrieved 2018-08-05.
  21. ^ "New conference examines African-American history in WNC". Mountain Xpress. Retrieved 2018-08-05.
  22. ^ "Retrospective I: A Primer on the Sad Truths of Slavery in Asheville, Buncombe County and Western North Carolina". Asheville Junction: A Blog by David E. Whisnant. 2015-08-29. Retrieved 2018-08-05.
  23. ^ "Carolina Digital Repository - Life Beneath The Veneer: The Black Community in Asheville, North Carolina from 1793 to 1900". cdr.lib.unc.edu. Retrieved 2018-08-05.
  24. ^ "Vance Monument and the honoring of African American history". thereadonwnc.ning.com. Retrieved 2018-08-05.
  25. ^ Long, Liz (2012-09-13). "The History Channel Club Makes Note of Biltmore Estate". BlueRidgeCountry.com. Retrieved 2018-08-05.
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