Reclaiming History: Imani Mtendaji Of Beach Institute

In another segment of Reclaiming History Lovonia Mallory continues her tour of historic the Beach District, in Savannah Georgia during her February 2020 trip to South Carolina. In this segment Lovonia speaks to Imani Mtendaji director of Beach Institute.
“The Beach Institute is Savannah’s first school built after Emancipation specifically for African Americans. As a cultural center, the Beach Institute collects, interprets, preserves and presents African American history and culture through exhibits and artistic and educational programs. (Accessed 3-27-2020 www.beachinstitute.org/about).

Christina Mattern

Christina Mattern

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