(Greater New Haven African American Historical Society, Inc)
The Purpose of the Society is to promote a greater understanding of Africans/Africa Americans and
their heritage and culture through the collection, preservation, display and presentation
Board meetings are usually held quarterly, the second Saturday of the month, with the
exception of special and makeup meetings. There is at least one general meeting a
year. Information about our meetings, e.g. Venue, time and date are announced in the quarterly newsletter.
location may be at the Ethnic Heritage Center
on 270 Fitch Street in New Haven or at another
place of our choosing.
Members who wish to attend the general membership meetings, are asked to call ahead.
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| African American Historical and Cultural Society
P R O G R A M S
Boys and Girls Club
Local History Presentation
Digging Up Your Roots
Genealogy: Searching & Scrap booking"
DNA Roots Program
Dr. Bruce Jackson
The Last Poets
Abi Odun Oyewole
Burial grounds and unique artifacts
Dr. Warren Perry
Frank Brady & N'goma
Children: The Underground
Host, Geraldine Poole
African-American Heritage Exhibit
World War II Exhibit
Mashantucket Pequot Museum
Ethnic Wedding Traditions Exhibit
A Blues Café
Zannette E. Lewis
Special Guest: Annual
Distribute Children's' Books
Voter Registration Drive
Principles of Kwanzaa
"Drums No Guns"
Adeline Tucker and Adele Smith