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The Black Family: A Conversation with Black Families in Alameda

Honoring Black History Month in the City of Alameda; all are welcome
The family is one way of exploring the African American past and present. Local historian Rasheed Shabazz will lead a conversation inspired by the 2021 Black History Month theme, “The Black Family: Representation, Identity, and Diversity.” This conversation will feature a multigenerational and intergenerational conversation centering Black families of Alameda. Learn from Black families that have been in Alameda for generations and first-generation families that hope their children can call Alameda home. A question and answer discussion will follow the dialogue.
Panelists include:
The Thomas Family (Sandi and Daryl)
Lelia and Omari Diltz
Terrance and Tayari Holliday
Raquel Williams (and her grandmother)
Join Zoom Meeting (passcode Alameda)
https://alamedaca-gov.zoom.us/j/83968445141…
Meeting ID: 839 6844 5141
Sponsored by: City of Alameda, Alameda Free Library, Alameda NAACP Organizing Committee
Support from: Alameda Friends of the Library
Photo attribution: Hackett Family Papers, African American Museum and Library at Oakland (AAMLO)

Date

Feb 04 2021
Expired!

Time

6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

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