Happy Black History Month from the Lincolnville Museum and Cultural Center (LMCC)!
Join us this month for a variety of enriching and educational programming.
*POSTPONED, New Date TBA* On Thursday February 13th at 6 pm, we will kick off the events with a screening of Crossing in St. Augustine, a thought-provoking documentary on the events of the St. Augustine Civil Rights Movement by former United Nations Ambassador, Andrew Young. The screening will be followed by a discussion on the effects of the movement in St. Augustine and the nation.
On Saturday, February 22nd from 11 am to 1:00 pm, Howard Professor Sonja D. Williams presents Power and Inspiration: The African American Quest for Freedom Through Sacred Music and Radio Drama. Williams will discuss the efforts of pioneering media writer Richard Durham and others to celebrate African American figures and traditions through radio and song.
On Wednesday February 26th from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm, join the LMCC and the Friends of the Main Library for Help Me to Find My People, a brown bag lunch talk with Dr. Heather Andrea Williams. She will share the hopeful and heartbreaking endeavors of African Americans to reunite with family members during slavery and after emancipation. You are encouraged to bring a bag lunch; light refreshments will be provided.