Join Banneker-Douglass Museum for a powerful lecture, conversation, and archive activity led by Black history-based artist Jason Patterson and REVISIT/REIMAGINE guest curator Thomas James. This thought-provoking program will explore Patterson’s work that highlights the Civil Rights era, Black American movements nationally, as well as on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. We will also highlight acts of resistance that took place against the surging White supremacy and anti-Blackness policies implemented during that time. Immediately following the discussion, attendees will have the opportunity to engage in an interactive artifacts activity. Attendees are encouraged to participate by bringing an artifact, such as a photograph or object that speaks to their past. Don’t miss this transformative event!

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Add to Calendar 20240516 America/New_York 84 Franklin Street Annapolis MD 21401 Death of the Heart: Stories of White Supremacy, Black Resistance, and Contextualizing our History