Shifting Landscapes February 14

Mike Nagle

Confederate statues and symbols have made dramatic headlines lately with controversy over whether cities will continue to have these historic landmarks in place. Addressing this topic on Monday, February 14th is historian Mike Nagle, with a live talk and Zoom session at the Ludington Area Center for the Arts at 7 pm.

Shifting Landscapes series will focus on race and racism in February, including (Feb 14 – Confederate Statues and Symbols, Feb 21- White Women’s Role in the White Power Movement). Additional topics include Truth in Politics (Mar 7, 14, 21), and Economics (Apr 4, 11, 18).

Events are free, live or by Zoom. Tickets are not necessary but registration is helpful. To register: To simply join the Zoom presentation, go to The link will be live about 6:45 pm on the day of the presentation. For information check the Mason County District Library website: or contact Thomas Trahey, Mason County District Library at or Brooke Portmann, director of Abondia Center, at

This project has been funded by grants from Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs and Michigan Humanities, an affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.

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