Community and Conversations with a Docent, Freedom Struggles

Tuesday, May 25, 2021 at 10:30am

Online
Washington, DC 20001

Free

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Virtual visitors have an opportunity to engage in a conversation with museum docents.  During this talk we will explore the lives and achievements of individuals in the face of injustice and look at African American history through one or more of the following lenses:  civil rights, sports, migration, and education.   

Our live, interactive conversation with a docent feature key objects from the museum’s collections and emphasizes personal stories told throughout the museum’s exhibitions.  Using the online meeting platform Zoom, participants can examine and respond to objects in the museum.  To participate in this program, you must have access to a device with Zoom capabilities (including a microphone, speaker, and camera) and a reliable internet connection.

This program is free for participants. Registration is required as space is limited to 50 guests.

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