Join us on Saturday, March 25, at 1:00 at the National Afro-American Museum in Wilberforce, Ohio, for Discovering & Uncovering Your Legacy. NAAMCC is located at 1350 Brush Row Road, Wilberforce, Ohio, 45384.
The Charity’s Children Project is an interactive talk show with authors and historians. The program will be moderated by Patricia Smith Griffin, executive producer of the short story podcast series, The Legacy of Charity’s Children. Discovering & Uncovering Your Legacy will help you explore the perspectives of your family story, community archiving, and the importance of preserving vanishing perspectives in Black and women’s histories.
Dr. Sharon Lynette Jones, Professor of English, Wright State University
The author of Conversations with Angela Davis. This book project involved extensive research of archives around the country.
Dr. Holly Y. McGee, Associate Professor, Department of Africana Studies at the University of Cincinnati. Dr. McGee teaches undergraduate courses in black history and film, culture, and counterculture, and African American history in early and colonial America.
The program is free with paid museum admission. For more information, go to charityschildren.org or call the NAAMCC visitor service line at 800-752-2603 ext. 0.