Black History Month

Stages Of Freedom — Museum And Bookshop

Just a reminder that Stages of Freedom, the state’s only African American Museum and Bookshop, is right downtown on lower Westminster Street by the river. And, as the sign in the window says, “All for a good cause.” That would be the Swim Empowerment program which provides free swim lessons for low-income BIPOC youth. But […]

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RI Black Heritage Society — Two Exhibits

Located on the RIC campus, the Rhode Island Black Heritage Society is dedicated to the preservation of artifacts — books, art, pamphlets, letters, images, and any other historical material — relating to the history of the Black community in Rhode Island, and the telling of the story of the descendants of the African Diaspora. There

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Photo Exhibition & Discussion

(2.24) Join James Vincent, President of Providence NAACP, and ProJo columnist Edward Fitzpatrick in a conversation about the civil rights movement, the establishment of the NAACP, and 21st-century issues of race and social justice, this Wednesday at the Providence Public Library. To take part in Freedom Journey 1965 exhibition finale and armchair discussion contact Melanie

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