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Uncovering the History of Seattle’s Black Community: Historians Mary Henry and Jacqueline E.A. Lawson

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Update: Due to unforeseen circumstances, Jacqueline E. A. Lawson will not be able to participate in the program. We are pleased to announce that Josephine Stokes will be speaking in her place.

Join Mary Henry and Josephine Stokes as they share their work documenting the history of Seattle’s black community. Learn about Seattle’s Central District as it was in the mid-20th Century, as well as the significant African American leaders who have shaped our region.

Presented in partnership with the Black Heritage Society of Washington State (BHS).

JUST ADDED: Member Happy Hour
Tuesday, February 13, 6—7 pm
Free for MOHAI members. Not a member? Join today!

MOHAI members planning to attend the Uncovering the History of Seattle’s Black Community: Historians Mary Henry and Jackie E.A. Lawson are invited to a member-only pre-lecture Happy Hour with refreshments and light hors d’ouevres.

Already registered for the program? Let us know to count you in for Member Happy Hour! Email membership@mohai.org or call 206.324.1126 Ext. 194.

Location: MOHAI

Cost: $5 MOHAI and BHS members / $10 general public