Opening Thursday, June 25th, from 5PM - 6PM
OUT OF THE ARCHIVES! Episode 4: Black is Beautiful: Reflections on Arts, Culture, and Activism
Episode 4: Black is Beautiful: Reflections on Arts, Culture, and Activism
The Museum’s core collection is an archive of stories that mine the rich and complex historical developments of public and publicly subsidized housing in America. As we continue to develop and expand the archive, we are excited to present fun, engaging, and provocative listening sessions to bring people across divides of age, race, and class to activate the Museum as a critical space for important community dialogues. Out of the Archives is the conduit in which we will share a diverse range of stories from public housing residents from across the country.
Featuring the oral histories of Mary Baggett, Fred Cash, Sequane Lawrence, Raymond McDonald, Congressman Bobby Rush, Francine Washington, and Bruce Wilkerson