Learn About Local African American History

Arlington Town Hall
7:00PM -
June 24, 2022


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On Friday, June 24th, the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Office of Arlington will be reciting Prince Hall’s charge to Menotomy from 1797. Prince Hall was an abolitionist and leader of the free black community of Boston. He is also the namesake for the historically black cemetery in Arlington. Rev. Erica and members of the Racial Justice Coordinating Committee will be attending. Join them, 7 pm Friday, June 24th at Arlington Town Hall.

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On Friday, June 24th, the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Office of Arlington will be reciting Prince Hall’s charge to Menotomy from 1797. Prince Hall was an abolitionist and leader of the free black community of Boston. He is also the namesake for the historically black cemetery in Arlington. Rev. Erica and members of the Racial Justice Coordinating Committee will be attending. Join them, 7 pm Friday, June 24th at Arlington Town Hall.

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