October 8, 2023

Conversation Among Descendants of the Elaine Race Massacre 104 Years Later: Zoom Recording Available

Here is the link to the recordings made on September 30, 2023. You can watch online or download the recordings at any time using the Passcode: Neverforget1#. You will be able to download the following:

--An MP4 Video Recording of the Session in Speaker View
--An MP4 Video Recording of the Session in Gallery View
--An M4A Audio Recording
--Our Conversation In The Chat Room as a Text File.
--The Complete Transcription of our Session as a VTT file. It can be opened as a Text file.

It’s a “vtt” file….a video text file. Open your TEXT application first. Then look for the vtt file and open it. It will open as a TEXT file, and you can SAVE it as a PDF File.

It is BEST to access the recordings on a laptop or desktop computer. There you will be prompted to DOWNLOAD 5 (or 4) FILES. If you’re using your mobile device, you may be limited to download ONLY the Speaker View Video.

Click Here to Access the files and use the passcode below.
Passcode: Neverforget1#


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