Louis Diggs, expert in local African American history, guides an excursion to places of historical importance to the African American community in Baltimore County, including historically Black residential communities and religious institutions, and a museum he is developing that is dedicated to Baltimore County’s Black history. (Note: Participants will complete travel waivers. Student participants will pay a $10 deposit to be refunded at the time of travel.) Email AAlleyne@ccbcmd.edu by April 12 to reserve a seat. Departs at Library Lot 8.
Invisible History: Exploring the CCBC Hilton Center’s Past
This 2019 event series places the newly renovated Hilton mansion into a more complete historical context, exploring the lives and legacies of enslaved Africans and laborers who played roles in Catonsville’s development. The series begins with a talk and photography exhibit on March 20 and offers additional talks on April 3 and 24, an excursion on April 25, and a culminating forum with a tour and reception on May 1. See the attached flyer for details. All events are free and open to the campus community and to the public.