Lucy Craft Laney Museum of Black History Presents ‘Epochs of Courage: African Americans in Golf Exhibition’
May 26 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
An event every week that begins at 10:00am on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until June 30, 2018
The Laney Museum is pleased to feature “Epochs of Courage” on April 2 – June 30 for the 2018 Annual Golf Exhibition at the museum.
Epochs of Courage: African Americans in Golf is a traveling exhibition that explores the bittersweet evolution of African American Golf emerging from the Jim Crow Era. The interactive multimedia exhibition is designed to engage, educate, enhance, and entertain diverse audiences. This year’s exhibition focuses on the prejudices, trials, and triumphs of African Americans involved in the sport and brings to life the horrendous encounters, legal battles, and tribulations that were surmounted. Battling and overcoming the inconceivable challenges led to astounding achievements that have not yet received the accolades they so well deserve. For more information or to book a group tour please call 706-724-3576.
Ramona Harriet is the owner and producer of Epochs of Courage: African Americans in Golf—a traveling exhibition. She has authored and published two books—A Missing Link In History: The Journey of African Americans in Golf and African American Golf History Brain-Aerobics. In 2017, Ms. Harriet was inducted into the African American Golfers Hall of Fame and received the “Publisher of the Year” award. In 2012 she was selected to the World Golf Hall of Fame African American Golf History Exhibition Task Force, and in 2010 to the PGA/USGA African American Golf History Task Force. She created and developed Thinking and Swinging an African American Golf History Trivia Game; and founded Swing Hope Into Action, a program dedicated to honoring African American golf legends. In 1999, she coordinated and produced African Americans and the Game of Golf: Past, Present, and Future held at The Smithsonian Associates, Smithsonian Institute.