“200 Years of African Americans on Nantucket” Thursday at African Meeting House – News – The Inquirer and Mirror

(May 16, 2018) The Museum of African American History will host the panel discussion “200 Years of African Americans on Nantucket” at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, May 17, at the African Meeting House, 29 York St. 

The program will be moderated by Marita Rivero, the Boston-based museum’s executive director. The panel will include L’Merchie Frazier, its director of education and interpretation, who will discuss the  rich history of the African American Community on Nantucket; Charity-Grace Mofsen, associate director of Nantucket operations, who will provide an update on the Nantucket campus’ restoration project and related events; Neville Richen, island actor/director/producer, who will discuss his Absalom Boston reenactment; Kimal…

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