Feb 17 2021
Speaking of Cleveland | Praying Grounds: African A...

Speaking of Cleveland | Praying Grounds: African A...

Presented by Western Reserve Historical Society at Online/Virtual Space

African American faith communities have long served as influential centers of social and religious activities. In this presentation, historian and author Regennia N. Williams will discuss the evolving role of religion in Black America, based on her ongoing research for the Praying Grounds Oral History Project and her books and other publications, including Cleveland, Ohio and “Race, Religion, and Reconciliation: Academic Initiatives, Leadership Development, and Social Change.”

Admission Info

This event will be held through the Zoom platform. When you register, you will be sent a confirmation containing your purchase receipt and all necessary login information.

Email: wstalnaker@wrhs.org

Dates & Times

2021/02/17 - 2021/02/17

Additional time info:

This event will be held through the Zoom platform. When you register, you will be sent a confirmation containing your purchase receipt and all necessary login information.

Location Info

Online/Virtual Space