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Shell Lecture Series: "Competing Identities: Methodist Episcopal & Voodoo Practices in African American Life"

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June 18, 2016

Competing Identity: Methodist & Voodoo Practices in African American Life Kirsti Uunila, Archaeologist, is the next speaker in the Inaugural Schell Lecture Series

Baltimore, Maryland (May 20, 2016) Calvert County Historic Preservation Planner, Kirsti Uunila, will present "Competing Identities: Methodist Episcopal & Voodoo Practices in African American Life," on Saturday, June 18, at 2pm at the Lovely Lane United Methodist Church and Museum, 2200 St. Paul Street. Parking is available adjacent to the church, in front of the Lab School. Admission is $5 for members of the United Methodist Historical Society and $10 for non-members. Light refreshments will precede the talk at 1:30. This is the next lecture scheduled in the inaugural Schell Lecture Series

Event Details

Event Category
  • Multicultural

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Lovely Lane Church
2200 St. Paul St.
Baltimore, MD 21218
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