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- Wed, Feb 08Virtual EventA native of Boston, Massachusetts, Melvin B. Miller has been actively involved in political and public affairs for more than 50 years. In 1965, he founded the Bay State Banner, a weekly newspaper advocating the interests of Greater Boston’s African American community.
- Thu, Jan 26Cambridge Public Library - Lecture HallThis is a hybrid in-person/online event hosted by the Cambridge Black History Project and Cambridge Public Library. Register to attend. You can register by visiting: https://cambridgeblackhistoryproject.org/
- Wed, Jan 11Virtual EventAn evocative and epic story, Nick Tabor's Africatown charts the fraught history of America from those who were brought here as slaves but nevertheless established a home for themselves and their descendants, a community which often thrived despite persistent racism and environmental pollution.
- Multiple DatesWed, Dec 14Harvard UniversityThe Harvard & the Legacy of Slavery Tour Experience explores Harvard University’s entanglements with the institution of slavery through a 10-stop tour in Cambridge, MA.
- Wed, Nov 09Boston
- Wed, Nov 09Cambridge, Massachusetts"Hidden Figures: A glimpse of 20th and 21st Century Black Cambridge" - Cambridge Black History ProjectThe Cambridge Black History Project is an all-volunteer organization of individuals with deep roots in Cambridge. We are committed to research, accurately document, preserve, and illuminate the journeys, accomplishments, and challenges of Black Cantabrigians, and to raise awareness of their stories
- Wed, Oct 12ZOOM
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