Legacies of Emancipation–with author Ta'Nehisi Coates

Legacies of Emancipation–with author Ta'Nehisi Coates

Location: 

Virginia Museum of History and Culture | 428 N Arthur Ashe Boulevard Richmond, Virginia 23220

Co-sponsors and Partners: 

Virginia Museum of History and Culture & Initiatives of Change USA

This event is SOLD OUT. If you wish to be put on a waitlist, please contact Stephanie Arduini at sarduini@acwm.org.

The Civil War resulted in the emancipation of 4 million enslaved African Americans. Explore how the choices and events in the transition from enslavement to freedom continue to shape the lives of Americans over 150 years later.

FEATURING:
Ta-Nehisi Coates, author
Manisha Sinha, University of Connecticut
Christy Coleman, American Civil War Museum CEO

The Virginia Museum of History and Culture's exhibit, Determined: The 400-Year Struggle for Black Equality will remain open for extended evening hours so that program attendees may visit.

Community partners: Coming to the Table RVA, Henrico County Public Library, Richmond Public Library, St. Catherine's School, and St. Paul's Episcopal Church.

Cost: 

$20; $15 for ACWM + VMHC Members; $10 for students and educators.

Program Date: 

Friday, October 25, 2019 - 7:00pm

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