From November 1 – 11, the National Museum of African-American History and Culture Museum is bringing its Community Curation Project to Denver in collaboration with the Blair-Caldwell African American Research Library and the Black American West Museum for 11 days of free community workshops, public programs, history, and culture.
“The Community Curation Project connects African Americans across the digital generational divide by preserving our history through the digitization and sharing of stories, photos, and videos to the Museum’s online community collection. Join us in Denver by registering today for our free digitization sessions and sign up to attend public programs lead by curators, historians, and archivists from the Museum and the Denver community, or follow us online @NMAAHC #CuratedByCommunity for more from our community curation events.
From November 3, – November 10, the Blair-Caldwell African American Research Library is also hosting a series of free public programs featuring curators, genealogists, oral historians and archivists from the Museum and Denver community. Learn how to use online resources to research your family’s genealogy, conduct oral history interviews, learn about local African American history, culture, and religious life, and more. View the full schedule of programs online, all programs are free and open to the public but sign up is required.”
Original article from the National Museum of African-American History and Culture Museum. Learn more at https://nmaahc.si.edu/explore/initiatives/family-history-center/community-curation-program/community-curation-denver