Spend the afternoon hearing stories and personal experiences  by Maryland Civil Rights activists of their encounters fighting for social justice and equality for Black people. Through storytelling, storytellers David Fakunle and “Dr. Mama”  Deborah Pierce – Fakunle will  have visitors reflect on the deaths of fallen Black leaders and victims from the civil rights era to Black Lives Matter Movement to impart healing lessons for today.

Then Maryland Civil Rights activists from the 1950s -1960s reflect on  Dr. King’s assassination (April 4, 1968) and pivotal moments of their activism locally in  relation to the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (July 2, 1964). Participants include: Rev. Dr. Ruby Reese Moone, Charles Mason, Leo Burroughs Jr., Lisa  Mitchell Sennaar and moderated Simone R. Barrett.

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