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The Belinda Sutton Board Member at the Royall House and Slave Quarters Museum

Medford, Massachusetts

Named for one of the enslaved people who lived and worked on the Royall estate for more than 50 years and successfully petitioned the Massachusetts legislature for support in her old age, the Belinda Sutton Board Member seat is held by a graduate student in the Boston area. The primary mission of the museum, which is the site of the only known still standing slave quarters in the North, is to provide education for the public about Northern slavery. As a member of the museum's Board of Directors, the person holding the Belinda Sutton seat participates fully in all the business of the Board:  tour content and programming, event planning and execution, fund-raising and financial oversight, curatorial and property management decisions, community outreach and membership.

To apply for the Belinda Sutton Board Member position at the
Royall House and Slave Quarters for July 2018 to June 2019,
send a resume and letter of interest to

Application deadline: April 15, 2018

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