To celebrate Black History Month, the Social Action Commission of Maxwell Chapel AME and the Alamance NAACP are co-hosting “Freedom Talks,” to focus on the importance of Black History, the Civil Rights Movement (history to current), Women in the Movement, and the contributions of African Americans to local culture.
The panel will include Jane Sellars, local historian of African-American history, Mikael Broadway, theological ethicist and Shaw University professor, Barrett Brown, President of the Alamance NAACP and will be moderated by Kendall McBroom, Religious Affairs Chair for the Alamance NAACP and Associate Minister at Maxwell Chapel.
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Maxwell Chapel AME
Sunday, February 26 at 2:30 PM – 4:30 PM
835 Moores Chapel Cemetery Rd, Graham, NC 27253
For more information contact Kendal McBroom at firstname.lastname@example.org or 336.512.2322
This event is free, family friendly and open to the public.