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Wilmington 1968 is a community-wide reflection 50 years after the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. Following Dr. King’s death, an emotional public response and demonstrations led to a nine-month occupation of Wilmington, Delaware by the National Guard – the longest occupation of an American city to date. Over the past year, community representatives and […]
An interview with Saralyn Rosenfield, Director of Learning Engagement, Delaware Art Museum; Dr. Angela Winand, Head, Mitchell Center for African American Heritage at the Delaware Historical Society about the Wilmington 1968: Recall and Respond Colloquium.
Live Poetry in February Come enjoy live poetry at the Poetry Out Loud State Semi-Finals on February 13, 2018 in the Palmer Room, Modern Maturity. The Delaware State Finals will be held February 27 at the Dover High School auditorium. Both are free and open to the public. We hope to see you at one […]