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A Conversation on Making Black History Visible in the Walkable Landscape


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Elise Lemire will lead a conversation with JerriAnne Boggis (Portsmounth), L’Merchie Frazier (Boston & Nantucket), and Maria Madison (Concord). They will focus on the importance of and the challenges related to making black history visible in the walkable landscape. Sponsored by The Robbins House.



JerriAnne Boggis, Executive Director, Black Heritage Trail of New Hampshire

L’Merchie Frazier, Director of Education and Interpretation, Museum of African American History, Boston/Nantucket

Elise Lemire is the author of Black Walden: Slavery and Its Aftermath in Concord, Massachusetts (2009)

Maria Madison, The Robbins House Founder and Co-President


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Nov 01 2020


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