DHR Presentation for National African American Read-In


Montage of historical markersDHR's James Hare participated in a virtual African American Read-In hosted by the Central Rappahannock Regional Library in partnership with the Stafford NAACP Youth Council and with music performed by Little Black Notes studio. The program featured community leaders sharing literature and music in celebration of African American history. Hare gave a presentation on DHR's A Guidebook to Virginia's African American Historical Markers.  View Hare's presentation using this password: Va%%1607


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