Join us via Zoom for the first public screening of theater artist Malik Work’s interpretation of Jupiter Hammon’s An Essay on Slavery, followed by a discussion with the artist and Douglas Jones, Jr., Associate Professor of English & Theater Studies at Duke University.
Tag: Long Island’s African American Heritage
We have good news to report on the Peter Crippen house, one of our 2021 Endangered Historic Places, a rapidly deteriorating property owned by Huntington Town with strong ties to Long Island’s early colonial development and African American history.
Demolition and intensive redevelopment threaten one of Long Island’s most significant Jim Crow- and Civil Rights-era historic districts in the Village of Sag Harbor.
A rapidly deteriorating property owned by Huntington Town with strong ties to Long Island’s early colonial development and African American history.
Grant funding from the Robert David Lion Gardiner Foundation will support a restoration project at the historic Rev. David Eato and Mary Baker Eato House in Setauket.
The Peter Crippen House, a site of significance to the Town of Huntington’s African American history, was the subject of a recent archaeological study.