Bristol Public Library: Black History is American History

Bristol Public Library

On Sunday, February 24 @ 2:00 PM the Bristol Public Library will host an illustrated presentation about Black History Month, by historian, writer & curator William Hosley, on the places and stories that preserve the traditions of Black History and its great significance as a part of American — and local — history.

William Hosley is a former Director of the New Haven Museum, and of Connecticut Landmarks.

He is a former curator at the Wadworth Athenaeum and is currently a Cultural Resources Development and Marketing Specialist and principal at Terra Firma Northeast. Co-sponsored by the Bristol Historical Society.

If you go:

Who: Bristol Public Library & The Bristol Historical Society
What: Black History is American History: A Travelogue
Where: Bristol Public Library (Lower Level)
When: Sunday, February 24 @ 2:00 PM

No Charge. RSVP online at bristollib.com, at the library or by calling: (860) 584-7787 x 3.

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