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Thursday, February 9 @ 6 PM
Moskowitz Theater, The DeNaples Center 401, The University of Scranton

Ms. Glynis Johns, CEO and Founder of the Black Scranton Project, a local history and heritage initiative, will discuss the Black history of Adams Avenue in the downtown Scranton area where a predominantly African American neighborhood existed prior to redevelopment in the 1970’s. This CBL Talk will explore themes around Blackness, housing, racial discrimination, and affordability that remain relevant today. 

This event is sponsored by the Office of Community-Based Learning in collaboration with the Office of Community Relations and the Multicultural Center as a part of the "CBL Talks" series. It is also part of the Scranton’s Story, Our Nation’s Story project supported by the NEH and in collaboration with the Black Scranton Project and other community partners.

Questions? Please email community@scranton.edu 

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