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Mary Church Terrell picketing in 1952

By Alison Parker Expressing an early version of the theory of intersectionality at the turn-of-the-twentieth century, Mary Church Terrell identified…


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Grant & Program Events — October 2020

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The Art of the Cure Exhibit

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The Art of the Cure Exhibit

The Erie Canal: Gateway to the West

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The Art of the Cure Exhibit

Then, Now, Next: What Does The Future of Museums Look Like?

Environmental Justice in the North Country

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The Art of the Cure Exhibit

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Standing on Their Shoulders: 100 years of voting and still marching for women’s rights

Woman Suffrage History Amended: A Podcast Listening and Discussion Session

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Poet Laureate Presents: Women’s Right to Vote

Place and Story, a Reading & Discussion program at Rye Free Reading Room

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The Arab American Arts Scene in New York

James Baldwin’s America, a Reading & Discussion program sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Albany County

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Lincoln on the Civil War, a Reading & Discussion program at The Community Library

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Then, Now, Next: What Does The Future of Museums Look Like?

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Women’s Rights After 100 Years of Voting: Where do we go from here?

The Audre Lorde Power Workshop Series, a Reading & Discussion program at Lewis Latimer House Museum

Gloria: A LIfe

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Topics in New York History, a Reading & Discussion Program at Greens Men’s Group

Journey to Freedom

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Facilitating Reading & Discussion Programs

James Baldwin’s America, a Reading & Discussion program at Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning

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Hudson Valley History Hunt

Then, Now, Next: What Does The Future of Museums Look Like?

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Hudson Valley History Hunt

Lincoln on the Civil War, a Reading & Discussion program at The Community Library

Votes for Women!, a Reading & Discussion program at Pine Bush Area Library

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Hudson Valley History Hunt

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Hudson Valley History Hunt

Hermerica

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Hudson Valley History Hunt

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Hudson Valley History Hunt

James Baldwin’s America, a Reading & Discussion program sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Albany County

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Hudson Valley History Hunt

Crafting Zines

Votes for Women!, a Reading & Discussion program at Montauk Library

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Hudson Valley History Hunt

Topics in New York History, a Reading & Discussion Program at Greens Men’s Group

Then, Now, Next: What Does The Future of Museums Look Like?

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Lincoln on the Civil War, a Reading & Discussion program at The Community Library

Votes for Women!, a Reading & Discussion program at Pine Bush Area Library

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Virtual Programming: Making Meaningful Connections

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Virtual Freedom Conversation Tour

The Audre Lorde Power Workshop Series, a Reading & Discussion program at Lewis Latimer House Museum

Oral History LIVE! Roundtable with Dindga McCannon

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Place and Story, a Reading & Discussion program at Rye Free Reading Room

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Lucretia Mott at Seneca Falls: Religion, Race, & Women’s Rights Virtual Lecture

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Votes for Women!, a Reading & Discussion program at Montauk Library

Lincoln on the Civil War, a Reading & Discussion program at The Community Library

Starrett-Lehigh: The Evolution of a Neighborhood Icon

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Then, Now, Next: What Does The Future of Museums Look Like?

Virtual Freedom Conversation Tour

History and the American Imagination

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History and the American Imagination

Making and Meaning: A Conversation with Betsy Greer & Crafting Democracy Artists

Votes for Women!, a Reading & Discussion program at Pine Bush Area Library

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History and the American Imagination

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Virtual Freedom Conversation Tour

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