Featured Speaker for the month of March: Jessica Marie Johnson, Assistant Professor of History. About the Lecture: “Black Women in Slavery: Silence and Resistance”. Location: Union Baptist Church, 1219 Druid […]
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Featured Speaker for the month of February: Lawrence Jackson, BHPLA Director and Bloomberg Distinguished Professor of History and English. About the Lecture: “Frederick Douglass’ Early Years”. Location: Union Baptist Church, […]
Featured Speaker for the month of January: Alexandre “Sasha” White, Assistant Professor of Sociology and Associate Director, Center for Medical Humanities. About the Lecture: “Race and Medicine: Legacies of Slavery”. […]
Featured Speaker for the month of December: Daniel Desormeaux, William D. and Robin Mayer Professor and Head of the French Subdivision, Johns Hopkins University. About the Lecture: “Alexandre Dumas Père: 19th […]
Featured Speaker for the month of October: N.D.B. Connolly, Herbert Baxter Adams Associate Professor of History, Johns Hopkins University. About the Lecture: “A Time of Scorching Irony: Black Wisdom for our […]
Featured Speaker for the month of September: Robbie Shilliam, Professor of International Relations, Johns Hopkins University. About the Lecture: “Thinking Through Fascism Today by Looking to the Past: From Mussolini’s […]
Saturday, September 7, 2019 | 2PM-6PM | Lafayette Square Park, Corner of W Lafayette and N Arlington, Baltimore, MD FREE Concert in the Park! Performances by: Nasar Abadey(Artistic Director/ Percussion) […]
Save the date! The first annual Billie Holiday Jazz Concert will be held Saturday, Sept. 7 from 2 – 6 p.m. in Lafayette Square.
On May 13 at noon, the Billie Holiday Project will host a luncheon at the George Peabody Library, honoring some of Baltimore City’s most promising young scholars.
The Billie Holiday Project is pleased to kick-off the first in a series of community-engaged lectures at historic African American churches in West Baltimore. The first Helena Hicks lecture will be held at 1 p.m. on April 28 at St. James Episcopal Church.