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Toddies with Tuskegee: A Conversation Series with Dr. Kwesi Daniels

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Join us for a three-part series with Tuskegee University discussing the past, present and future of preservation in the state of Alabama!

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Series Topics:

Monday, January 18, MLK Day, 6 PM CST - Historic Preservation at Tuskegee: Past & Present

Tuesday, February 23, 6 PM CST - Innovative Historic Preservation: Drones & Laser Scanning

Tuesday, March 30, 6 PM CST- Projects in Process: Tuskegee Preservation Projects Around Alabama & How To Be Involved

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Purchase tickets for the full series by Tuesday, January 12, and receive an El Guapo craft cocktail mixers gift set to mix your own creations to enjoy during the events!

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About the speaker:

Kwesi Daniels, PhD

Head of the Architecture Department, Tuskegee University

Kwesi Daniels is the Head of the Architecture Department at Tuskegee University. His professional experience ranges across various disciplines, including historic preservation, architecture, sustainability management, and urban geography. Over his twenty-year career he has worked for architecture firms and government agencies on public and private sector building projects around the country. He has also played an active role in the National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA), the Alabama Black Heritage Council, and Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. However, his greatest honor has been to teaching students at Tuskegee, Temple, NYU, and Columbia University in the City of New York, in addition to lecturing nationally. In 2018 he began developing a historic preservation program at Tuskegee University, which has resulted in the documentation of civil rights sites in Selma, Montgomery, and Tuskegee, Ala. Professor Daniels earned a BArch and MArch in architecture from Tuskegee University and the University of Illinois at Chicago and a MS in sustainability management from Columbia University. In 2020 he earned a Ph.D. in urban geography from Temple University. His doctoral research focused on studentification and its social impact on West Philadelphia neighborhoods. In his spare time, he enjoys playing billiards, cane twirlin’ and spending time with his family.


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