Saturday, March 9, from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm The Jefferson School African American Heritage Center 233 4th St NW, Charlottesville
Bring in old family photos from the 1880s to the 1950s for a free appraisal. Learn how to preserve your photos (free archival materials provided). Contribute your family stories to local history Have a Holsinger style family portrait taken
View 500+ portraits of local African-Americans and learn more about Charlottesville area’s past through the photographs of the R.W. Holsinger/University Studio collection
The Jefferson School African American Heritage Center is located on the Second floor of the Jefferson School City Center. Its main entrance is on Commerce St, one-block north of West Main Street. It can also be entered from the City Center’s 4th Street entrance. Over 200 free parking spaces on 4th Street.
ALBEMARLE-CHARLOTTESVILLE NAACP 2018 FREEDOM FUND BANQUET IS
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 AT THE DOUBLETREE HOTEL
AT THE LOCAL BRANCH LEVEL, THE FREEDOM FUND BANQUET IS AN ANNUAL FUND RAISER HELD BY EVERY BRANCH OF THE NAACP.
THE PURPOSE IS TO RAISE MONIES TO ADVANCE CIVIL RIGHTS ISSUES AND TO ENSURE THE POLITICAL ECONOMIC AND CULTURAL WELL_ BEING OF ALL PEOPLE.