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DR. DELORES WALTERS 

Dr. Delores M. Walters is researching her family’s history/genealogy after a professional career in teaching, directing and advocating for diversity, inclusion, and cultural competency in higher education. Initially trained as a registered nurse, Walters was a captain in the U.S. Air Force, and worked in public health. Her research on Margaret Garner, the enslaved 19th century woman who killed her daughter rather than see her re-enslaved, began while directing family/local history workshops and teaching at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati and at Northern Kentucky University. Garner’s story became the thematic center of Dr. Walters’s co-edited book, Gendered Resistance: Women, Slavery and the Legacy of Margaret Garner.

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