Join Jenny Masur as she explores the heroes of the Maryland underground railroad.
Join us to learn more about the U.S. Presidents' relationships with music.
In May 2019, researchers confirmed the discovery of remains of the Clotilda, the last slave ship to enter the U.S., in Mobile Bay, Alabama. For the first time, descendants of those illegally smuggled on the [...]
Learn about the underground railroad with Jenny Masur.
Tour Notre Dame with Kathy Borrus, author of Notre Dame de Paris: A Celebration of the Cathedral.
Join Professor G. Derek Musgrove to learn about the history of Black Power in Washington D.C. He will show us his new website, which uses geographing maps, historical photographs and text to represent the evolution of this influential social movement over space and time.
Learn about the Tenleytown neighborhood of Armsleigh Park from local historian and artist, Carolyn Long.
Join food historian, Joel Denker, as he explores how immigrants influenced American food.
Join author, teacher, and cooking coach Laura Kumin as she talks about her new book "All Stirred Up", which tells the story of the forgotten suffragists through cookbooks and food.
Join us to visit the National Museum of African American History and Culture.