Danita Mason-Hogans is a native of Chapel Hill for seven generations on both sides of her family. At Duke’s Center for Documentary Studies, Mason-Hogans works with veteran Civil Rights activists to document their experiences and works with school systems, universities, activists and historians to document local and national history from the “inside out” and from the “bottom up”. She is also the daughter of Chapel Hill Nine member, David Mason, Jr. and leader on the Historic Civil Rights Commemorations Task Force.

Watch Danita's amazing TedTalk: Why the Way We Tell Stories and Document History is a Social Justice Issue.

Danita Mason-Hogans has hosted six Episodes.