February 23, 2023

Black History event 2/26 at Albany Institute

Learn about an abolitionist movement in the 1840’s to give land in the Adirondacks to black men so they could vote. The documentary “Searching for Timbuctoo” will be shown at the Albany Institute of History and Art on Sunday, 2/26, at 2 pm, with Q&A afterwards with Paul Miller, the film’s director and writer. Lacey Wilson, AIHA’s “public historian,” talks about the event, her role, and more with Brea Barthel for Hudson Mohawk Magazine. For details, visit www.albanyinstitute.org.

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