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  • Lunch & Learn: “Don’t Buy Where You Can’t Work”
    Wed, Dec 14
    Virtual Lecture
    A virtual lecture on the “Don’t Buy Where You Can’t Work” campaign of the 1930s presented by Rachel Donaldson, Curator of Collections and Exhibitions at the BMI, in partnership with the Lillie Carroll Jackson Civil Rights Museum.
  • George Lakey: Lessons for Today from a Lifetime of Nonviolent Activism
    Sun, Nov 20
    Join us as George Lakey, a queer, Quaker activist and master storyteller, shares lessons he learned during his lifetime involvement in nonviolent struggles for peace, civil rights, LGBTQ rights, labor justice, and the environment.
  • Docent Training Program
    Multiple Dates
    Sat, Jul 09
    Lillie Carroll Jackson Museum
    Join the Lillie Carroll Jackson Civil Rights Museum family. Become a docent and join a group of dedicated volunteers who serve as museum tour guides. Share your love of history with others, receive ongoing museum education and help continue the legacy of Dr. Jackson and her allies!
  • For Common Cause: Lillie Carroll Jackson & Margaret Thomas Carey
    Sun, Mar 13
    Homewood Friends Meeting
    Learn about these two powerful women, Lillie Carroll Jackson and Margaret Thomas Carey, and how they transcended racism to transform Baltimore.
  • Film Discussion-- Tulsa: The Fire and The Forgotten
    Thu, Jun 03
    Online Discussion
    Join our virtual post film discussion of Tulsa: The Fire and the Forgotten which debuts on MPT, Monday, May 31, 2021 at 9pm EST. This revealing film examines the Tulsa Race Massacre 100 Years Later and explores the history of “Black Wall Street,” anti-Black violence, and Black resilience in America.
  •  Divine Intervention: The influence of Black Greek-Lettered Sororities on Civil Rights and Social Change.
    Wed, Mar 24
    Online ZOOM Event
    Black Greek Lettered Organizations (BGLOs) have played a significant role in breaking down barriers of racial injustice in the U.S. & have opened paths of opportunity for minority youth. Valuing service, education, & sisterhood, the sororities of NPHC continue making difference for women of color.
  • The AFRO: Baltimore's Black Media Authority, past and present
    Tue, Feb 23
    8PM | Facebook Live
    How has the media shaped public opinion, in the past & present? We’ll hear from different voices at The AFRO, the longest-running African-American family-owned newspaper in the United States, about how this Baltimore publication has shaped news coverage and public opinion since its founding in 1892.

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