Juneteenth, which is June 19, recognizes when enslaved African Americans in the former Confederate states were informed of their liberation from slavery. Join Keondra Prier, Manager of School Programs, and Eleanor Hughes, Deputy Director for Art & Program, in conversation about the Walters installation at 1 West Mount Vernon Place, also known as Hackerman House, that includes a letter written by Sybby Grant, an enslaved cook who lived and worked there. This conversation examines how Sybby Grant’s letter resonates with our present moment and how the experiences of women in 19th-century Baltimore connect with us today.

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