"Hiding in Plain Sight: Recovering the erased stories of our ancestors in the United States and the Caribbean" will highlight methods of genealogy research and explore the history of ancestors in the United States and the Caribbean.
Hosted by Maine Black Community Development VISIT EVENT WEBSITE HERE The State of Black Maine Symposium is a daylong event that will be held annually on Juneteenth—now a paid state holiday in Maine—with the aim of creating and sustaining a public platform that amplifies Black Maine voices, unifies across difference, builds solidarity, fosters collaboration, holds … Continue reading Save the date: The State of Black Maine on Juneteenth
Dr. Kellie Carter Jackson will examine the history of the slave trade and slavery in the American North. Guiding listeners through the abolitionist movement in Massachusetts to present day racism in New England, she'll underscore the ways in which what occurred in the past had real implications on how the world and power are understood today.
Students of all ages, families and lifelong learners are invited to travel with Rhode Island Black Storytellers on Black historical journeys. Monday, August 30 through Thursday, September 2, 2021 6:30 - 7:30 pm Register here RIBS storytellers will be online each night at 6:30 to share stories from Black History before Bed. Some nights will … Continue reading Event | Rhode Island Black Storytellers on Black Historical Journeys 8/30 – 9/2