Education for African American Children in Rochester: Past and Present

Education for African American Children in Rochester: Past and Present

June 12, 2024
2:00pm
Memorial AME Zion Church

549 Clarissa Street,
Rochester, New York 14608

Justin Murphy (journalist and author, Your Children Are Very Greatly in Danger) and Kesha James (co-director of Our Local History project) speak about the history of school segregation in Rochester along with current efforts to teach students, educators, and community members about the local history of racism and civil rights. Co-sponsored with Memorial AME Zion Church, AKWAABA: the Heritage Associates, and the Frederick Douglass Family Initiative.