Forty African-American Communities in Baltimore County
January 30 @ 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
POSTPONED – Due to unforeseen circumstances, the speaker is not able to deliver the program as planned. We hope we are able to reschedule in the future.
by Louis S. Diggs
This joint presentation with the Diggs-Johnson Museum is designed to help citizens of Baltimore County and the State of Maryland to learn the history of the forty historic African-American communities in Baltimore County, Maryland. A map reflecting the location of these designated historic communities in included. At the conclusion, Mr. Diggs of the Diggs-Johnson Museum will answer questions and lead discussion.
Louis S. Diggs is a writer and historian who has championed the study and sharing of African-American history in Baltimore County for over 25 years. After serving in the Korean War, he worked in the DC public schools for 19 years before retiring. He was inspired by his work as a substitute teacher at Catonsville High School to chronicle and share Baltimore County African-American history. Beginning in 1995, he has published 13 books on the subject. He has been honored by many groups, including the State of Maryland. In 2016, Baltimore County established the Louis S. Diggs Award in honor of his work preserving African American History in Baltimore County.
Part of our Speaker Series. Admission: FREE to HSBC members; Non-members also FREE, Registration required.
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Location: Note this is a virtual presentation hosted on Zoom ONLY.
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