Kai Walther

Kai Walther is an MA student in Public History. Their research interests include memory and identity in the former Eastern bloc states, history as a tool of social activism, and formations of race and gender through time and space. As an undergraduate they contributed research for and helped plan the Humanities Truck’s 2019 Pride event and conducted oral histories with former DC AIDS activists for a faculty fellow. They look forward to continuing to build relationships with and learning from community partners in the DMV.

Celebrating Indigenous Peoples’ Day at Malcolm X Park

On a sunny Saturday afternoon on October 17, the Humanities Truck team met up at Malcolm X Park to join in a celebration for Indigenous People’s Day.  After a week of rain that had led to the postponement of the …

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