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Oral History Mingle with the Honorable Robert M. Bell and Community Activist Leo W. Burroughs Jr.

Passion and Purpose: Voices of Maryland’s Civil Rights Activists celebrates oral history as a powerful tool for sharing the words and voices of those activists. Join individuals and families for a special evening reunion.

The Honorable Wanda Keyes Heard, Chief Judge, 8th Judicial Circuit of Maryland (RET)  invites the Honorable Robert M. Bell, civil rights activist Leo W. Burroughs Jr., and other living civil rights legends. Guests will mingle in the Passion and Purpose exhibition, creating and recreating meaning in the stories they share. Light refreshments will be provided. Learn more about the exhibition and the oral history collection at mdhistory.org/exhibitions/passion-and-purpose.

Space is limited. Registration is required.

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Maryland Center for History and Culture exterior signage

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Museum After Hours—Free Museum Admission

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Maryland Center for History and Culture exterior signage

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Museum After Hours—Free Museum Admission