Thurs., Dec. 8
The Rededication of Boston's African Meeting House
Boston’s African Meeting House was built by free black artisans in 1806. Serving as a place of worship, education and abolitionist organizing, it’s reopening on Dec. 9th after under going a meticulous renovation to restore it to it’s 19th century integrity.
- Beverly Morgan-Welch, executive director of the Museum of African American History