25 Results for tag "African American"
Randolph Yard Exploration
Explore the kitchen building and yard of the Randolph House at your own pace. Learn about the paradox of the Randolph household, home to 27 enslaved people and the Randolph family.
My Story; My Voice
Witness a compelling story from the life of an 18th century person, and then hear from the actor interpreter as they share how they discover and bring to life a voice from the past
Jefferson and Jupiter: Across the Board
Over a game of chess Thomas Jefferson and his manservant, Jupiter, challenge and amuse each other.
As she mourns the passing of her beloved, Succordia, an enslaved woman in the twilight of her life, tells us her story of love and faith that transcends her enslaved status.
Visit a Nation Builder- Edith Cumbo
Step into the past with Edith Cumbo, Free Black Sister, Mother, Fighter, Founder.
Visit a Nation Builder- Aggy of Turkey Island
Step into the past with Aggy of Turkey Island, Entangled with her master; fighting for her family's freedom.
This museum theatre experience explores African American perspectives on the Declaration of Independence.
The Musick that Binds
A special evening concert of melody and spirit that blends music, stories, and heart, featuring The Governor’s Musick ensemble, Thomas Jefferson, and Jupiter.
God is My Rock
Gowan Pamphlet, an enslaved man and popular local preacher, offers his perspective on slavery, religion and freedom.