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People, Places and Pride: Charlotte’s Historic Black Neighborhoods
Sunday, Feb. 28 at 2:30 - 4 p.m.
In partnership with the Charlotte Museum of History’s Charlotte Neighborhoods exhibit, explore the places and people of Charlotte’s Historic Black Neighborhoods. Mary Newsom, Associate Director Urban and Regional Affairs at UNC Charlotte’s Urban Institute moderates a conversation about the rich history and uncertain future of black neighborhoods with Mattie Marshall president of the Historic Washington Heights Community Association, Second Ward/Brooklyn documentary filmmaker Kathryn Frye, and John Howard from the Charlotte Historic District Commission.
Exhibit panels from the Charlotte Museum of History’s Charlotte Neighborhoods exhibit, featuring Brooklyn and Biddleville, will be on display, along with a map and “streetscape” of Brooklyn.
Free to attend. Registration requested.