Thursday, February 24, 7:30pm
We are delighted to welcome back Lawana Holland-Moore, Program Officer at the National Trust for Historic Preservation's African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund, for a conversation about saving Black history sites. Holland-Moore worked at the Museum for several years as our membership and social media manager (a position funded by the Friends of the Greenbelt Museum). We'll talk about some of the challenges and barriers that make saving these sites difficult. We'll also hear about some inspiring projects that the Action Fund is supporting. Holland-Moore will also discuss preservation of sites associated with other marginalized groups, such as those that explore Asian American, Native American, and LGBTQ history. Finally, learn about ways we can all be involved in the preservation of BIPOC sites.
This is a virtual event. Please register via Eventbrite. This event is free! Sponsored by the Friends of the Greenbelt Museum and the City of Greenbelt.
We are proud to offer these lectures free of charge, but FOGM, the 501(c)3 nonprofit that supports the Museum, always welcomes your tax deductible donations. To make a donation, click here.