Putting Black Women on the Map: Then & Now
In Celebration of Black History Month
Virtual Gallery Talk: Wednesday, February 15 7:00—8:00 PM. Registration
In collaboration with LexSeeHer, whose mission is to make women visible, Putting Black Women on the Map, pays tribute to the contributions made by Black women across 300+ years of Lexington history. The exhibition will examine the legacies of Margaret Tulip, a freed slave, re-enslaved, who went to court to win back her freedom, Phebe Banister Burdoo, a free woman of color whose son fought in the battle of Lexington, Mary Elizabeth Miles Bibb, the first African American woman to graduate from the Lexington Normal School, an abolitionist, educator and journalist.
Learn more about the exhibit and meet the co-curators and special guests at the Virtual Gallery Talk on Feb. 15 at 7:00 pm. More info.