Join LILRC for a special screening of PBS Iconic America: Statue of Liberty. This episode explores the evolving meaning of The Statue of Liberty as a symbol for a “nation of immigrants,” and how it embodies our values and our conflicts, from abolition and women’s suffrage to the treatment of refugees.
Matthew Housch, National Park Service, who was involved in the creation of the documentary, will join us via zoom to speak after the screening.
Matt Housch is a public historian and archivist for the National Park Service at Statue of Liberty National Monument & Ellis Island. He grew up in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania and has worked in a number of national park units, including Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, Cane River Creole National Historic Site, Wind Cave National Park, and Mount Rushmore National Memorial. His academic interests concern immigrant processing in the port of New York (1892-1924) and ethnic revivalism during the American Bicentennial.
This program is made possible by a grant from PBS Books, WETA. Funding is provided by The Zohar Ben-Dov Family through the Luminescence Foundation.
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