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

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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

#BuildingStories: Virtual Tour of Rapp Road Historic District

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

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History and the American Imagination

James Baldwin’s American, a Reading & Discussion program with Explore Buffalo

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European Influence on American Masters: Motifs of Class & Character, a Reading & Discussion program at Walt Whitman Birthplace

Virtual Freedom Conversation Tour

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Votes for Women!, a Reading & Discussion program at Huguenot Historical Society

Virtual Freedom Conversation Tour

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O Canada, a Reading & Discussion program at Newark Public Library

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European Influence on American Masters: Motifs of Class & Character, a Reading & Discussion program at Walt Whitman Birthplace

Virtual Freedom Conversation Tour

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

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Hudson Valley History Hunt

Women Voted Here-Before Columbus Sally Roesch Wagner Lecture

For the Future: Susan B. Anthony District (music, art, action)

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Hudson Valley History Hunt

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Hudson Valley History Hunt

Your Silence Will Not Protect You!, a Reading & Discussion program at Montauk Library

O Canada, a Reading & Discussion program at Sodus Community Library

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Hudson Valley History Hunt

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

James Baldwin’s American, a Reading & Discussion program with Explore Buffalo

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Hudson Valley History Hunt

Celebrating 100 Years of the 19th Amendment, a Reading & Discussion program at Seneca Museum of Waterways & Industry

A Taste of Barcelona

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Hudson Valley History Hunt

Wool and War Films Discussion

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Hudson Valley History Hunt

The Vietnam War, a Reading & Discussion program at Maple Grove Cemetery

European Influence on American Masters: Motifs of Class & Character, a Reading & Discussion program at Walt Whitman Birthplace

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Hudson Valley History Hunt

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Virtual Freedom Conversation Tour

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Your Silence Will Not Protect You!, a Reading & Discussion program at Montauk Library

James Baldwin’s America, a Reading & Discussion program at Northern Onondaga Public Library at North Syracuse

Unapologetic:A Black Queer and Feminist Mandate for Radical Movements, a Reading & Discussion program at Flower City Noire Collective

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Votes for Women!, a Reading & Discussion program at Huguenot Historical Society

Virtual Freedom Conversation Tour

Virtual Freedom Conversation Tour

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Undesign the Redline Reading Group: Zoning

Race, Power, and Perspective in the Women’s Rights Movement, a Reading & Discussion program at Rochester Public Library

Black Utopias in a Post-Pandemic World: A Buffalo Humanities Festival

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The Changemakers Exhibition Opening

Digital Communications: More Than Marketing

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The Vietnam War, a Reading & Discussion program at Maple Grove Cemetery

European Influence on American Masters: Motifs of Class & Character, a Reading & Discussion program at Walt Whitman Birthplace

Virtual Freedom Conversation Tour

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

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American Politics and Community Today, a Reading & Discussion program at A.I.R. Gallery

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Your Silence Will Not Protect You!, a Reading & Discussion program at Montauk Library

Unapologetic:A Black Queer and Feminist Mandate for Radical Movements, a Reading & Discussion program at Flower City Noire Collective

Place and Story, a Reading & Discussion program at Franklin Free Library

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Virtual Freedom Conversation Tour

Virtual Freedom Conversation Tour

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The Vietnam War, a Reading & Discussion program at Maple Grove Cemetery

Virtual Freedom Conversation Tour

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Uncovering and Recovering Race in America, a Reading & Discussion program at Troy Public Library

Your Silence Will Not Protect You!, a Reading & Discussion program at Montauk Library

Unapologetic:A Black Queer and Feminist Mandate for Radical Movements, a Reading & Discussion program at Flower City Noire Collective

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James Baldwin’s American, a Reading & Discussion program with Explore Buffalo

Votes for Women!, a Reading & Discussion program at Huguenot Historical Society

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O Canada, a Reading & Discussion program at Newark Public Library

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The Vietnam War, a Reading & Discussion program at Maple Grove Cemetery

Virtual Freedom Conversation Tour

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

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Jewish & Arab Composers’ Project Final Presentation

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