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Virtual Panel Discussion: The HBCU Experience, Past, Present and Future | Lucy Craft Laney Museum
October 2 @ 10:00 am
A virtual panel discussion about the importance of the HBCU in the 21st century will be held Friday, October 2nd, 10:00 am.
Topic: The HBCU Experience, Past, Present and Future
Hosted by Augusta’s own and Fisk University graduate Dee Griffin, news anchor from Channel 6. The panelists will include representatives from various historically black colleges and universities.
For more information about this exhibit as well as important information on our tours please contact 706-724-3576.
About the Exhibition:
The Lucy Craft Laney Museum of Black History will showcase “The HBCU Experience, Past, Present and Future” from August 1st to September 25th.
This exhibit examines the role that the historically black college and university have played in shaping many of the iconic figures of Augusta. One need look no further than the namesake of the museum, Lucy Craft Laney, who graduated in 1873 in the first class of the Normal School of Atlanta University. In addition to the physical exhibit at the Museum, there will be several virtual and interactive components.
Admission is limited to tours of four people and tours must be set up in advance. Available tour times are Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 10:30am and 2:30pm. Cost is $7 per person.
Learn more on The Lucy Craft Laney Museum of Black History website HERE!