When Freedom Changed America

Wednesday, July 13 - 6 p.m. Johnson County Museum

One hundred years separate the Emancipation Proclamation (1863) and the March on Washington (1963), but both movements were defined by the pursuit of freedom: one from the institution of slavery, the other from economic and political inequality. Join Dr. Edgar Tidwell in a discussion on what freedom meant to Americans who participated in these important historic events. This program is in partnership with Johnson County Museum’s special exhibit REDLINED: Cities, Suburbs, and Segregation.

$8 per person, includes snacks and drinks. Call 913.831.3359 or register here. | Johnson County Museum