Black Activism in Maryland
MCHC welcomes members of the Passion and Purpose: Voices of Maryland’s Civil Rights Activists exhibition curatorial panel for a conversation about civil rights activism in Maryland. David Taft Terry, PhD of Morgan State University, Joshua Clark Davis, PhD of the University of Baltimore, Linda Day Clark, visual artist and scholar, discuss the ways Black Marylanders have fought and continue to fight for equality, from letter-writing to sit-ins and marching.
This virtual program is free and open to all audiences. Registration is required. After registering, an automated confirmation email will provide connection instructions.
This exhibition is funded by PNC Bank, Maryland Heritage Areas Authority, Helen Clay Frick Foundation, Sarah and Stan Klinefelter, Baltimore National Heritage Area, Gallagher Evelius & Jones LLP, Royal Farms, The Wieler Family Foundation, Maryland Humanities, LifeBridge Health, BFPE International, Maury Donnelly & Parr Inc, Mr. and Mrs. Ross J. Kelbaugh, Miles & Stockbridge, Kojak Graphic Communications, Inc.,The Pierians, Inc., Baltimore Chapter.
Image: Black Panther Party, photograph by Richard Childress (19391984), c.19661972. Baltimore, Maryland. Maryland Center for History and Culture, H. Furlong Baldwin Library, Childress Collection, PP177.07